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 why I can't use QRC to extract RC 

Last post Mon, Feb 23 2009 7:01 AM by aplumb. 1 replies.
Started by MIPSABG 23 Feb 2009 01:36 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 2112 views
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  • Mon, Feb 23 2009 1:36 AM

    • MIPSABG
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    why I can't use QRC to extract RC Reply

    I'm using soc8.1 now, and when I use runQRC,I will get following errors.

    Is that because we didn't install QRC after the soc encounter's installation? if I'm right,where can I find the package for QRC?

    otherwise,what's the problem? 

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    runQRC -libraryName library -techFile qrcTechFile -outputFileName qrc.spef
    Writing DEF file '.qx.def', current time is Mon Feb 23 16:01:23 2009 ...
    unitPerMicron=2000, dbgMicronPerDBU=0.000500, unitPerDBU=1.000000
    DEF file '.qx.def' is written, current time is Mon Feb 23 16:01:23 2009 ...
    "qrc" failed to finish successfully.
    **ERROR: (SOCEXT-5016): qrc failed due to failed to run qrcfailed to run: Unknown error 200Failed to run qrc - Please call cadence support..

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    Thanks a lot for your reply! 

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  • Mon, Feb 23 2009 7:01 AM

    • aplumb
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    Re: why I can't use QRC to extract RC Reply
    Depending on what the foundry has QA'd and provided in the way of rule decks, you'll want to install either EXT7.1.2 or EXT8.1.1. Andrew.
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