I am connecting to a university high performance computer through Putty. The computer has Quartus 19.1 installed. After opening my project in Quartus, I launch the design space explorer. I set it up the same way I do on my local machine but when I try to run it I get the following errors:
What is causing this and how do I solve it?
Can help to answer the below?
1) Are you using Quartus standard edition of Pro edition?
2) Does the full compilation pass in a standalone design?
3) Can you attached your design.qar files to look into it? It might be a bugs.
2)If you mean a standard compilation in Quartus, I just tried, it doesn't work. It also generates the "cpu: failed to generate module..." error
3) I'm not sure what .qar files do and am not familiar with them. I have not generated one myself but I am attaching the .quar file that I found in the dse folder
It might also be relevant to add that the project was initially created in Quartus 18.1. Also, after I open the project in Quartus 19.1 on the university computer and fail to compile there, when I reopen it again in Quartus 18.1 on my local machine and run DSE II, DSE II stays stuck setting up the compilation forever. The only way I found to fix this is restoring my project from a backup made efore I opened it in Qaurtus 19.1
Yes, it seems unrelated to DSE. I can compile the project in Quartus 18.1 and its DSE on my local machine. A colleague of mine is able to compile his projects on the university computer, but he created his project in Quartus 19.1 directly in the University computer whereas I created my project on my local computer in 18.1(actually in 17.1 and then moved it to 18.1).
Like I mentioned before, a colleague of mine is using the computer and compiling without problems. After experimentation I now suspect that the stratix V hard IP for PCIE is causing the issue. The error message does not appear if that module is not included in the project.