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FPGA compilation not completing.- Generating Cores

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When i compile my FPGA code I get the above window and will be in the same status for more than 10 hrs and still no progress and no  errors are thrown by the compiler. I have tried with different Design strategy like Balanced, minimum time  etc

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What version of LV? OS?

 

Has FPGA compilation ever worked on this computer? 

 

For test purposes, have you tried compiling a very simple FPGA VI? Does this happen with any VI you try to compile?

 

Can you tell by looking at the task monitor whether the compiler is still actively doing something (consuming CPU cycles) after 10 hours?

 

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Hi Mike,

I am using LabVIEW 2010, Win 7.

I have compiled other FPGA codes successfully.

 

even at 30mins and more the CPU consumption is not more than 10%

 

and I referred this post and tried the solution, but no success

 
Kanoj
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How large is the code you are trying to compile? It sounds like there could be a problem with a specific function that your VI is calling.

 

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My VI is calling mainly two functions sine wave generators(8 in number) and high throughtput multiply (8 in number).

 

Thanks & regards

Kanoj

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Hmmm... The problem cited in the other forum thread involved a multiply operation. Can you replace those with a conventional multiply?

 

What does the block diagram look like? 

 

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I did a search through our bug report database for issues in the LabVIEW 2010 time-frame with this behavior; I see two potential candidates:

1) Do you use V-Go Single Sign On (from Passlogix)? Do you have a running process called ssoShell.exe?

2) Do you have the NICompileFarmToolkit installed, and have a single machine (maybe your dev machine) to run simultaneous compilations on seperate cores?

 

I think the first might be more likely, as issue 2 seemed to be intermittent. I have also seen cygwin interfere with the Xilinx Compile Tools if you have that installed.

Cheers!

TJ G
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