I am working on a board with a DSP and an FPGA. Earlier we had a MAX II CPLD which we upgrade to a MAX10. The image file is much larger and when we run the JAM player to program the FPGA from DSP, we are getting out of memory as the return status from the JAM player. Is it due to the increased size of the FPGA image or do we have to change the size of the static memory buffer for the JAM player?
The error code was 1 which stands for out of memory. Our setup is with a MAX 10 device 10M08SCU169A7G.
It is possible for us to increase the static buffer sizes but the original buffer sizes were set by the code from Intel (Altera)
Is it at all possible to use JAM player to update the firmware on MAX10 devices?