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DDR4 failing calibration on all but first validation test

Question asked by Thomas Scarsbrook on Nov 29, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 30, 2018 by Thomas Scarsbrook

Hi,

 

I have a custom LS1046A board with some discrete DDR4 devices on it. I'm attempting to perform the QCVS DDR validation on it. It is currently configured with an RCW and PBI, the PBI sets up the DDR registers.

 

For the Centering the clock test, the first part of the test passes (Auto search & detect for write leveling start values).

All subsequent parts of the test fail as "D_INIT was not cleared by hardware", and the ACE bit in 0xE40 is set.

Some of the CLK_ADJ fail with "Invalid value at 0xF04: 0x00001102", and the ACE bit in 0xE40 is set. Once 1 of the tests has given this error, all following CLK_ADJ tests also give this error, but the test that gives it first is not consistent.

 

Once it has run to completion, if I attempt to re-run the whole procedure, the first part of the test (Auto search & detect for write leveling start values, which had previously passed) fails with the error: "Write Leveling start values are correct and require no further modification, but the test failed due to other issues.", and once again the ACE bit in 0xE40 is set.

 

In fact, in order to get it to pass on the first part of the test again, I have to power cycle the board. After which, the first part passes and then all subsequent parts fail again.

 

What would cause it to pass first time but fail afterwards? How might I get it to pass on the subsequent runs?

 

Thanks,

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