The final step in the hardware flow is to export the platform for PetaLinux. This fixed Xilinx Support Archive (XSA) platform will contain the full device bitstream as well as hardware handoff and other files needed to build a PetaLinux system in . In this release of AMD Vivado™ , these .xsa files do not include partial bitstreams; this enhancement will come in a future version of Vivado.
- Open the impl_1 design run by right-clicking on that run and selecting Open Run.
- Select File > Export > Export Hardware.
- Select the Include device image option and click Next.
- Add “_impl_1” to the XSA file name,
then change the Export to the directory to
the xsa/parent_xsa folder beside the current project directory. Click Next, then Finish to write the XSA.
- Open the child_0_impl_1 design run by right-clicking on that run and selecting Open Run.
- Repeat steps 1-4 but change the XSA file name to
design_1_wrapper_child_0_impl_1, and change the Export to field to the xsa/child_xsa
At this point, the Vivado IP integrator for DFX tutorial is complete.