Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™ Pro Edition: Programming Guide

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Date 3/28/2022

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4.4. Running a Board Diagnostic Test (diagnose <device_name>)

To perform a detailed diagnosis on a specific FPGA board, include <device_name> as an argument of the diagnose utility command.
At a command prompt, invoke the aocl diagnose <device_name> command, where <device_name> is the acl number (for example, acl0 to acl127) that corresponds to your FPGA device.
You can identify the <device_name> when you query the list of installed boards in your system.
Consult your board vendor's documentation for more board-specific information on using the diagnose utility command to run diagnostic tests on multiple FPGA boards.