FTA NIos II Verify Fails for System ID and Timestamp
Last Major Update
April 6, 2016
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)is a technique by which conditions and factors that can contribute to a specific issue that are identified and organized in a logical manner and represented pictorially. The main objective of this FTA is to assist in debugging and identifying the root cause of the issue related to Altera Nios II Verify Fails for System ID and Timestamp and resolve the issue effectively.
System ID and Timestamp failures in Nios II is a common issue that user might encounter when developing Nios II designs.
Fault Tree Analysis Diagram & Table
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In this FTA, it consists a FTA diagram and table that is used to debug and root cause the system ID and timestamp failure for Nios II systems.
In the FTD, a hypothesis is created based on the failure as described. Each hypothesis can have a second level or more level of suspects. The FTD are then converted to a table to make it easier for the user visually debug the issue.
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