Stratix V Avalon-ST Interface with SR-IOV PCIe Solutions: User Guide

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Date 5/02/2016
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6.1. Setting Up and Verifying MSI Interrupts

The following procedure specifies and tests MSI interrupts. Perform the first five steps once, during or after enumeration.
  1. Disable legacy interrupts by setting Interrupt Disable bit of the Command register using a Configuration Write Request. The Interrupt Disable bit is bit 10 of the Command register.
  2. Enable MSI interrupts by setting the MSI enable of the MSI Control register using a Configuration Write Request. The MSI enable is bit 16 of 0x050.
  3. Set up the MSI Address and MSI Data using a Configuration Write Request.
  4. Specify the number of MSI vectors in the Multiple Message Enable field of the MSI Control register using Configuration Write Request.
  5. Unmask the bits associated with MSI vectors in the previous step register using Configuration Write Request..
  6. Send MSI requests via the app_msi* interface.
  7. Verify that app_msi_status[1:0]=0 when app_msi_ack=1.
  8. Expect a Memory Write TLP request with the address and data matching those previously specified.

You can build on this procedure to verify that the Message TLP is dropped and app_msi_status = 0x2 if either of the following conditions are true:

  • The MSI capability is present, but the MSI enable bit is not set.
  • The MSI capability is disabled, but the application sends an MSI request.

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