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What differences I210 vs I350??

HPark14
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Hi I am a Disti. Intel FPGA FAE of South Korea. 

I am testing Arria10 SOC (Dual core Cortex A9) with WGI210.

When I boot Embedded Linux, it fails enumeration with IO address assign fail message.

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But, I350 successfully enumerated with no IO address assign fail message.

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igb driver also successfully operated. 

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So, I compared I210 with I350. Each device contains IO address spaces.

I found I350 is multi port and SR-IOV supported. 

 

Is there other differences? How do you think about this? 

 

Also I found some posts that advert about ARM core does not support the IO instructions.

If then, can I210 disable the IO interface?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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Mike_Intel
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