Intel Acceleration Stack Quick Start Guide: Intel FPGA Programmable Acceleration Card D5005

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Date 7/09/2021
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4.1.1. Updating the FIM and BMC using the fpgaotsu

To update your FIM and BMC, complete the following steps. All files required for the update are located at /usr/share/opae/d5005/one-time-update/.
  1. Run the FPGA one-time secure update command: fpgaotsu
    sudo fpgaotsu /usr/share/opae/d5005/one-time-update/otsu.json
    Note: This command can take up to 40 minutes to complete. Stop any service accessing the FPGA such as pacd before performing the update.
    Figure 3. Sample Output
    If a power failure or power cycle occurs during the upgrade process, perform these operations based on the state of the card:
    BMC Firmware and Intel® MAX® 10 Version Action to Recover
    1.x.x (Non-secure state) Repeat step 1 again.
    2.x.x (Partial secure state)
    1. sudo super-rsu /usr/share/opae/d5005/super-rsu/rsu-d5005.json
    2. Check exit code of command: echo $?
      • 0=Success
      • non-zero value=Failed update
  2. Power cycle the server for the updates to take effect.
    Use the following command to confirm a successful completion of the update:
    sudo fpgaotsu /usr/share/opae/d5005/one-time-update/otsu.json \
    --verify --log-level debug
  3. Confirm that the output matches the desired FIM and BMC version found in section Identifying the FIM and BMC Firmware Version.
    Note: If you have programmed the root entry hash into the Intel® FPGA PAC, it will be erased during the FIM upgrade to version 2.0.1.