I'm using a pac_a10 board and recently upgraded it to 1.2 production version.
Since then, reprogramming (partial reconfiguration) is not working.
aocl program acl0 $OPAE_PLATFORM_ROOT/opencl/hello_world.aocx
cd exm_opencl_vector_add_x64_linux/vector_add make cp $OPAE_PLATFORM_ROOT/opencl/vector_add.aocx bin ./bin/host
Initializing OpenCL Platform: Intel(R) FPGA SDK for OpenCL(TM) Using 1 device(s) pac_a10 : PAC Arria 10 Platform (pac_a10_f200000) Using AOCX: vector_add.aocx Reprogramming device  with handle 1 Launching for device 0 (1000000 elements) Time: 8.046 ms Kernel time (device 0): 3.711 ms Verification: PASS
Instead, however, it fails with the following error.
Initializing OpenCL Platform: Intel(R) FPGA SDK for OpenCL(TM) Using 1 device(s) pac_a10 : PAC Arria 10 Platform (pac_a10_eb00000) Using AOCX: vector_add.aocx Context callback: Specified kernel was not built for any devices ERROR: CL_INVALID_KERNEL_NAME Location: host/src/main.cpp:169 Failed to create kernel Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Anybody has some idea on this?
Currently I am reviewing the forum for any open questions and found this thread. I apologize that no one seems to answer this question that you posted. Since it has been a while you posted this question, I'm wondering if you have found the answer? If not, please let me know, I will try to assign/find someone to assist you. Thank you.
Sorry i missed your reply. Thank you for following up.
Could you run the below steps:
Could you reboot your system?
program a hello_world.aocx to initialize the board
aocl diagnose (it should show the status as "Passed")
Then go back to performing: https://www.intel.com/content/altera-www/global/en_us/index/documentation/fvf1521490619217.html#nms1...
make sure you have copied the vector_add.aocx into the "bin" folder
cp $OPAE_PLATFORM_ROOT/opencl/vector_add.aocx ./bin
Also, check if you have set your hugepages.
If this still fails, please confirm you meet the system requirement: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/documentation/iyu1522005567196.html#oeh15289964...
I finally found the solution. (after 8 month!!!)
Initialization script inside Intel Acceleration Stack Version 1.2 (inteldevstack/init_env.sh) has this line:
According to the documentation, this environment variable prevent reconfiguration during OpenCL host execution.
By unsetting this, reconfiguration works well.