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Ask for sample code to read value from DIMM by SMBUS (Intel® Xeon® D-1627)

DerekWang
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Hello,

I am developing in linux kernel space and would like to read register value from DDR.
From schematics there is a DDR SMBUS linked to DDR(DIMM). Could you share some linux driver sample code to read the value from DDR by this DDR_SMBUS?
Thank you.

P.S . The smbus I mean is DDR_SCL and DDR_SDA.

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SergioS_Intel
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Hello DerekWang,


Thank you for contacting Intel Customer Support. 


In regards to your question, we would like to encourage you to post the technical information you are looking for in the following community site: 


 https://community.intel.com/t5/Embedded-Server/bd-p/emb-server-hardware-software-firmware


They can help you with additional questions about Intel Xeon D Embedded Processors.


 Also, if you already know the FAE ( Field Application Engineer ) that corresponds to you, you can contact them to gather more details.  

Have a great day. 


Best regards, 


Sergio S.

Intel Customer Support



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SergioS_Intel
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Hello DerekWang,


Thank you for contacting Intel Customer Support. 


In regards to your question, we would like to encourage you to post the technical information you are looking for in the following community site: 


 https://community.intel.com/t5/Embedded-Server/bd-p/emb-server-hardware-software-firmware


They can help you with additional questions about Intel Xeon D Embedded Processors.


 Also, if you already know the FAE ( Field Application Engineer ) that corresponds to you, you can contact them to gather more details.  

Have a great day. 


Best regards, 


Sergio S.

Intel Customer Support



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