1.4.3. Boot Monitor Configure commands

The Boot Monitor includes a set of configuration commands.

Enter CONFIGURE while the main command set is active to enable the configuration commands.

Table 1.5 shows the commands for the Configure sub-menu.

Table 1.5. Boot Monitor Configure command set

CommandAction
DISABLE DATA CACHEDisable the Level 1 data cache.
DISABLE I CACHEDisable the Level 1 instruction cache.
DISABLE MMUDisable the MMU.
DISPLAY CLOCK [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [OSC number]

Display system clocks information for the oscillator device on the specified card. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to16.

OSC number

Valid oscillator number for the specified card.

Note

The DCC is the Daughterboard Configuration Controller on the daughterboard.

DISPLAY CURRENT [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [DEVICE number]

Display the current of a device on the specified card. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

DEVICE number

Valid device number for the specified card.

DISPLAY DATEDisplay the current date.
DISPLAY ENERGY [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [DEVICE number]

Display the requested energy in Joules:

site name

Valid site names are DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to16.

Device number

Valid device number for the specified card.

DISPLAY HARDWAREDisplay hardware information, for example, the FPGA revisions.
DISPLAY POWER [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC  number] [DEVICE device]Display the requested power in Watts.
DISPLAY SCC [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [REGISTER address]

Display the contents of the Serial Configuration Controller (SCC) register on the specified daughterboard. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid daughterboard numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

REGISTER address

The address of the SCC Register for the specified card.

DISPLAY TEMPERATURE [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [DEVICE number]

Display the temperature of a device on the specified board. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1, or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

DEVICE number

Valid number for the configuration controller or FPGA on the board.

Note

If a single device is fitted, number must be 0.

If two devices are fitted, number can be 0 or 1.

DISPLAY TIMEDisplay the current time.
DISPLAY VOLTAGE [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [DEVICE number]

Display the voltage of a device on the specified board. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1, or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

DEVICE number

Valid device number for the specified card.

ENABLE DATA CACHEEnable the Level 1 data cache.
ENABLE I CACHEEnable the Level 1 instruction cache.
ENABLE MMUEnable the MMU.
EXITExit the configure commands and return to executing standard Boot Monitor commands that Default command set describes.
HELP [command]List the configure commands. Entering HELP followed by a command displays help for that command.
QUITAlias for EXIT. Exit the Configure commands and return to standard Boot Monitor commands Default command set describes.
REBOOTPower down and then restart the system.
RESETPerform a reset of the daughterboards.
RESET ENERGY [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [DEVICE number]

Perform a reset of the stored energy measurement. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

DEVICE number

Valid device number for the specified card.

SET BAUD port rateSet the baud rate for the UART port specified. Valid port numbers are 0, 1, 2, 3.
SET CLOCK [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] [OSC device] FREQUENCY frequency

Set the frequency in MHz of the requested oscillator device on the specified board. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid board numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

OSC device

Valid oscillator device for the specified card.

Note

The Boot Monitor does not set any of the clocks on startup. The default values in the motherboard configuration file, board.txt, determines the clock values.

SET DATE dd/mm/yySet date. You can also enter the date as dd-mm-yy.
SET MUXFPGA [site name]

Set the source of the video output for the specified site. The option is:

site name

Valid site names are MB, DB1 or DB2.

SET SCC [site name] [POSITION number] [DCC number] REGISTER address DATA value

Set the value of the e Serial Configuration Controller (SCC) register on the specified daughterboard. The options are:

site name

Valid site names are DB1 or DB2.

POSITION number

Valid daughterboard numbers are from 0 to 16.

DCC number

Valid controller numbers are from 0 to 16.

REGISTER address

The address of the SCC Register for the specified card.

value

The value to set for the SCC register.

SET TIME hh:mm:ssSet time. You can also enter the time as hh-mm-ss.
SHUTDOWNPower down the whole system except for the MCC which enters standby state.

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