1.1. Failure Rates 1.2. Mitigating SEU Effects in Embedded User RAM 1.3. Mitigating SEU Effects in Configuration RAM 1.4. Internal Scrubbing 1.5. SEU Recovery 1.6. Intel® Quartus® Prime Software SEU FIT Reports 1.7. Triple-Module Redundancy 1.8. Evaluating a System's Response to Functional Upsets 1.9. CRAM Error Detection Settings Reference 1.10. Document Revision History
1.5.2. Designating the Sensitivity of the Design Hierarchy
In the Intel® Quartus® Prime software, you indicate the criticality of each logic block by generating partitions, and assigning a sensitivity ID tag to each partition. The Intel® Quartus® Prime software stores this information in a Sensitivity Map Header File (.smh).
When an error occurs during system operation, the system determines the impact of the error by looking up the classification in the .smh file. The system can then take corrective action based on the classification.
Note: You must have a licensed version of Intel® Quartus® Prime software to generate .smh files.
To access the .smh file, you must add an instance of the IP core to your design.
Using Partitions to Specify Logic Sensitivity ID
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