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Versal Adaptive SoC CPM DMA and Bridge Mode for PCI Express Product Guide (PG347)

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Set the Propagate Parity option in the PCIe DMA Tab in the AMD Vivado™ IDE to check for parity. Otherwise, no parity checking occurs.

When Propagate Parity is enabled, the XDMA propagates parity to the user AXI interface. You are responsible for checking and generating parity in the AXI Interface. Parity is valid every clock cycle when a data valid signal is asserted, and parity bits are valid only for valid data bytes. Parity is calculated for every byte; total parity bits are DATA_WIDTH/8.

  • Parity information is sent and received on *_tuser ports in AXI4-Stream (AXI_ST) mode.
  • Parity information is sent and received on *_ruser and *_wuser ports in AXI4 Memory Mapped (AXI-MM) mode.

Odd parity is used for parity checking. By default, parity checking is not enabled.