Device Family: Intel® Stratix® 10

Type: Answers, Errata

Area: Intellectual Property

Last Modified: November 27, 2017
Bug ID: FB: 500063;
IP: Avalon-ST Stratix 10 Hard IP for PCI Express, Avalon-MM Stratix 10 Hard IP for PCI Express

Why do I see errors, or link training or speed change failures, on my Stratix 10 Hard IP for PCIe?


Due to a problem with the Intel® Stratix® 10 Hard IP for PCI* Express core on ES1 and ES2 L-tiles and ES1 H-tiles, you may see the following:

- During link training or speed change, the PCIe* Hard IP may not link up to L0 or achieve the target link speed. When the link does not come up, the LTSSM is stuck in the Detect or Polling state.

- During the normal operation in the L0 state, the receiver may report errors.

The rate of occurrence for these two events varies depending on system/device characteristics and operating conditions.



To work around this problem on the affected tiles, try reconfiguring the FPGA.

This problem is fixed on the Production version L- and H-tiles.