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How to Use Questasim 10 2c Linux for UVM Verification
Questasim is a popular simulator for functional verification of hardware designs using SystemVerilog and UVM. It supports various platforms, including Linux, Windows and Solaris. In this article, we will show you how to use Questasim 10 2c Linux for UVM verification, and how to solve some common issues that you may encounter.
Installation and Setup
To install Questasim 10 2c Linux, you need to download the installer from the Mentor Graphics website. You will need a valid license file to run the simulator. You can either use a floating license server or a local license file. To set up the license, you need to set the environment variable LM_LICENSE_FILE to point to the license file or server.
For example, if you have a local license file named questasim.lic in your home directory, you can use this command:
If you have a floating license server with the hostname licserver and the port number 1717, you can use this command:
After setting up the license, you can run the installer by executing the following command:
This will extract the files and launch the installation wizard. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. You can choose the default options or customize them according to your preferences.
After the installation is complete, you need to add the Questasim bin directory to your PATH environment variable. For example, if you installed Questasim in /opt/questasim_10.2c_1_linux_x86_64, you can use this command:
Running UVM Simulations
To run UVM simulations with Questasim 10 2c Linux, you need to have the UVM library installed and compiled. You can download the UVM library from the Accellera website. The latest version is UVM 1.2, which is compatible with Questasim 10 2c Linux.
To compile the UVM library, you need to use the vlog command with the +incdir+ option to specify the include directory of the UVM library. For example, if you extracted the UVM library in /home/uvm/uvm-1.2, you can use this command:
vlog +incdir+/home/uvm/uvm-1.2/src /home/uvm/uvm-1.2/src/uvm_pkg.sv
This will create a work library in your current directory that contains the compiled UVM library.
To run a UVM simulation, you need to compile your design and testbench files with vlog, and then launch vsim with the -uvm flag. For example, if you have a design file named dut.sv and a testbench file named tb.sv in your current directory, you can use these commands:
vlog dut.sv tb.sv
vsim -uvm work.tb
This will launch vsim with the UVM library loaded and run your testbench.
Solving Common Issues
While using Questasim 10 2c Linux for UVM verification, you may encounter some common issues that can be solved by following these tips:
If you get compile errors related to uvm_dpi.cc or uvm_svcmd_dpi.c when compiling the UVM library, it may be due to the version of C compiler that you are using. You should use the gcc version that comes with Questasim 10 2c Linux, which is located in /tool/cbar/apps/questa/ 9160f4acd4