4.1.4. General Exception Vector
Parameters in this section select the memory module where the general exception vector (exception address) resides, and the location of the general exception vector. The general exception vector cannot be configured until your system memory components are in place.
The Exception vector memory list, which includes all memory modules mastered by the Nios II processor, selects the exception vector memory module. In a typical system, select a low-latency memory module for the exception code.
Exception vector offset specifies the location of the exception vector relative to the memory module’s base address. Qsys calculates the physical address of the exception vector when you modify the memory module, the offset, or the memory module’s base address. In Qsys, Exception vector displays the read-only, calculated address.. The address is always a physical address, even when an MMU is present.
For information about exceptions, refer to the Programming Model chapter of the Nios II Processor Reference Handbook.
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