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Upload configuration error
#1
I just attempted to update my Power PMAC to the latest version XXX. After downloading and building my project, I attempted to upload my previous configuration (file attached), but I get an error. I had top save as a text file because the forum wouldnt let me attach. I've pasted the output below.

/var/ftp/usrflash/Project/Configuration/042916_simulator_config.cfg:7:18: error #75: Struct Write Error: Sys.CPUTimerIntr=$1
Downloading Configuration Files Failed!

Any idea what could be happening?


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.txt   042916_simulator.txt (Size: 5.63 KB / Downloads: 12)
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#2
The firmware typically will set this depending on the presence of servo gates. If you have servo gates providing a clock then you cannot set this structure.

What is the hardware being used?

Have you used this configuration file before?
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#3
This configuration that I'm trying to load was saved from a working system that was running 1.5.8.0 prior to upgrading the firmware to the newest version. So it has been used before but only on the 1.5.8 firmware.

The hardware that is being used is
Power PC 460 EX
ACC-24E3 x2
ACC-59E3 x1
ACC-14E x1
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#4
Firmware version 1.6 and higher does not allow for manual use of Sys.CPUTimerIntr.

What was your intent to do this?
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#5
Hi Steve,

I'm not sure why we have Sys.CPUTimerIntr = 1 in that config file. I was taking a look at the software manual and I don't think we need it to be a value other than 1. I'm guessing that for firmware 1.5.8 the default isn't Sys.CPUTimerIntr = 1 and so is why when I generate a config file that it lists this setting as a change from the default?

Should I just delete that listing from the config file and attempt to download to the PMAC that is running the newer firmware?

(05-02-2016, 03:30 PM)steve.milici Wrote: Firmware version 1.6 and higher does not allow for manual use of Sys.CPUTimerIntr.

What was your intent to do this?
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#6
If you have any "gaten" accessories PMAC will fix this at zero.
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#7
Yes do not include that entry.
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