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Below are the formats for a few useful IPMI commands for the AMC13 as provided by Jes Tikalsky (jtikalsky@hep.wisc.edu) with the University of Wisconsin group.
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Get Non-Volatile Area Info
Read Non-Volatile Memory
How to issue these commands with ipmitool
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EEPROM layout
 

SPI Read

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   $ ipmitool -H 192.168.1.41 -U '' -P '' -T 0x82 -b 7 -t 0x76 raw 0x32 0x34 1 11 0 4
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-t 0x76 0x76 is 0x70 + slot*2 (e.g. slot 3) or 0xa4 for special case of slot 13
 
0x32 0x34 0x32 means UWMMC special command
0x34 is configuration read
1 11 0 4 1 is device select (0=T1, 1=T2)
11 0 is address (lsb msb)
4 is byte count
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0 0 0 6 device select, address, count (=6 e.g.)
0x03 0xff ... data to write
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EEPROM layout extracted from nonvolatile.h in source code using this perl script: mmc_eeprom_print_defs.pl.

NONVOLATILE_FORMAT_VERSION     (0x0001) 1
HW_HEADER_BYTE_OFFSET          (0x0000) 0
HW_HEADER_SIZE                 (0x0020) 32
APP_DEV_ID_BYTE_OFFSET         (0x0020) 32
APP_DEV_ID_SIZE                (0x0010) 16
COMMON_HEADER_BYTE_OFFSET      (0x0030) 48
COMMON_HEADER_SIZE             (0x0008) 8
BOARD_INFO_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET    (0x0038) 56
BOARD_INFO_AREA_SIZE           (0x0040) 64
MULTIRECORD_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET   (0x0078) 120
MULTIRECORD_AREA_SIZE          (0x0050) 80
END_OF_FRU_AREA_OFFSET         (0x00c8) 200
FPGA_CONFIG_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET   (0x00c8) 200
FPGA_CONFIG_AREA_SIZE          (0x0100) 256
SDR_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET           (0x01e0) 480
SDR_AREA_SIZE                  (0x0800) 2048
PAYLDMGR_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET      (0x09e0) 2528
PAYLDMGR_AREA_SIZE             (0x0040) 64
ADC_SCALING_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET   (0x0a20) 2592
ADC_SCALING_AREA_SIZE          (0x00c0) 192
GP_PARAM_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET      (0x0ae0) 2784
GP_PARAM_AREA_SIZE             (0x0040) 64
FAULT_LOG_ENTRY_SIZE           (0x0008) 8
FAULT_LOG_ENTRY_CNT            (0x000f) 15
FAULT_LOG_HDR_BYTE_OFFSET      (0x0b20) 2848
FAULT_LOG_ENTRY_BYTE_OFFSET    (0x0b28) 2856
FAULT_LOG_SIZE                 (0x0080) 128
EEP_USED_AREA_SIZE             (0x0ba0) 2976

The script readNVmem.py will dump 40 bytes starting at FPGA_CONFIG_AREA_BYTE_OFFSET. This area is formatted as follows in MMCV2.1:

Overall Header
Offset Description
0 Format flag (0 if initialized, 0xff if not)
1 Flags[1]
2 Offset 0 (0xff if uninitialized)
3 Offset 1 (0xff if uninitialized)
4 Offset 2 (0xff if uninitialized)
5 Header checksum

Notes:

  1. Flag bits:
    1. bit 0 set if FPGA 0 image defined
    2. bit 1 set if FPGA 1 image defined
    3. bit 2 set if FPGA 2 image define
    4. bit 7 set to replace first byte with slot ID

Next come 0-3 FPGA configuration records, with a 5 byte header and variable size data area

FPGA Configuration Header
Offset Description
0 Destination addr LSB
1 Destination addr MSB
2 Record length (not including header)
3 Record checksum
4 Header checksum

After the header is the actual configuration record data. Currently the length is 0x0b.

Offset Description
0 Slot ID if bit 7 of flags set (NOTE: doesn't seem to work in v2.1)
1-4 Net mask (AMC13 ignores)
5-8 IP address
9-10 Boot vector (AMC13 ignores)

Here is the contents of the configuration data for a sample AMC13:

--FPGA 0 header
 00 address LSB
 00 address MSB
 0b length = 11
 59 checksum
 9c checksum
--FPGA 0 record
 00           Slot number
 ff ff ff 00  Net mask
 c0 a8 01 41  IP address
 00 00        Boot vector

--FPGA 1 header
 00  address LSB
 00  address MSB
 0b  length = 11
 58  checksum
 9d  checksum
--FPGA 1 record
 00             Slot number
 ff ff ff 00    Net mask
 c0 a8 01 42    IP address
 00 00          Boot vector

-- EricHazen - 02 May 2014

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Write SPI Control
Get Non-Volatile Area Info
Read Non-Volatile Memory
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How to issue these commands with ipmitool
 

SPI Read

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 Return $Data
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Using ipmitool

You can issue these command using the OS supplied ipmitool as follows.
 
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To read:
   $ ipmitool -H 192.168.1.41 -U '' -P '' -T 0x82 -b 7 -t 0x76 raw 0x32 0x34 1 11 0 4
-T 0x82 0x82 is 0x70 + slot*2 or 0xa4 for special case of slot 13
0x32 0x34 0x32 means UWMMC special command
0x34 is configuration read
1 11 0 4 1 is device select (0=T1, 1=T2)
11 0 is address (lsb msb)
4 is byte count
 
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To write:
  $ ipmitool -H 192.168.1.41 -U '' -P '' -T 0x82 -b 7 -t 0x76 raw 0x32 0x33 0 0 0 6 0x03 0xff 0xff 0xff 0x00 0xc0
0x32 x33 0x33 is configuration write
0 0 0 6 device select, address, count (=6 e.g.)
0x03 0xff ... data to write
 
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META TOPICPARENT name="HcalDTC"
Below are the formats for a few useful IPMI commands for the AMC13 as provided by Jes Tikalsky (jtikalsky@hep.wisc.edu) with the University of Wisconsin group.

For a more in depth look at the Status and Control Registers for the MMC FPGA SPI Interface, see the Wisconsin official MMC documentation

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Contents
SPI Read
SPI Write
Read SPI Status
Write SPI Control
Get Non-Volatile Area Info
Read Non-Volatile Memory

 

SPI Read

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "read data" command
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  Count (I recommend <20)
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SPI Write

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "write data" command
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  Byte n
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Read SPI Status

Below are the relevant bytes for raw IPMI SPI "read status register" command
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  bit 3-0: reserved
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Write SPI Control

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "write control register" command. For the purposes of the AMC13, we really only care about the CFGRDY bit
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  bit 0: CLEAR selected flags
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Get Non-Volatile Area Info

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "read NV area info" command
Get Nonvolatile Area Info (Partial):
NetFN    0x32
CMD      0x40
Params   1: 0
Return   1: 0
         ...
         15: FPGA Config Area LS Byte
         16: FPGA Config Area MS Byte
         17: FPGA Config Area Size (32 byte units)

Read Non-Volatile Memory

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "read NV memory" command
Raw Nonvolatile Read:
NetFN    0x32
CMD      0x42
Params   1: Offset LS
         2: Offset MS
         3: Length (<=20)
Return   $Data
 

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META TOPICPARENT name="HcalDTC"
Below are the formats for a few useful IPMI commands for the AMC13 as provided by Jes Tikalsky (jtikalsky@hep.wisc.edu) with the University of Wisconsin group.

For a more in depth look at the Status and Control Registers for the MMC FPGA SPI Interface, see the Wisconsin official MMC documentation

SPI Read

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "read data" command
NetFN   0x32
CMD     0x34
Params  PortID (0-3)
        Address LS Byte
        Address MS byte
        Count (I recommend <20)

SPI Write

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "write data" command
NetFN   0x32
CMD     0x33
Params  PortID (0-3)
        Address LS Byte
        Address MS byte
        Count (I recommend <20)
        Byte 1
        ...
        Byte n

Read SPI Status

Below are the relevant bytes for raw IPMI SPI "read status register" command
NetFN   0x32
CMD     0x31
Params  1: Port ID (0-3)
Return  1: bit 7: HF1
           bit 6: HF2
           bit 5: CFGRDY
           bit 4: REQCFG
           bit 3-0: reserved

Write SPI Control

Below are the relevant bytes for a raw IPMI SPI "write control register" command. For the purposes of the AMC13, we really only care about the CFGRDY bit
NetFN   0x32
CMD     0x32
Params  1: Port ID (0-3)
        2: bit 7: select UHF for update
           bit 6: select LHF for update
           bit 5: select CFGRDY for update
           bit 4-2: 0
           bit 1: SET selected flags
           bit 0: CLEAR selected flags

-- DavidZou - 30 May 2013

 
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