The Cortex-R5 processor set to operate in the lock configuration uses only one set of CPU interfaces. Because Cortex-R5 processor only supports the static split/lock configuration, switching between these modes is only permitted while the processor group is held in power-on reset.
This page explains in detail how to run the RPU in Lock-step mode.
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Creation of QSPI Standalone Boot Image for RPU Lock-Step Mode
1. Set the Petalinux environment using the following command$source <Petalinux installation path>/settings.sh2. Create a bif file “QSPI_R5_0.bif” with the following contents:$cat QSPI_R5_0.bif3. Run the bootgen tool to generate the bin file$ bootgen -r -w –image ./QSPI_R5_0.bif -o Boot.bin4. Create the QEMU QSPI single mode boot image$ dd if=/dev/zero of=qemu_qspi_R5_0.bin bs=32M count=1$ dd if=Boot.bin of=qemu_qspi_R5_0.bin bs=1 seek=0 conv=notrunc5. Now the QEMU QSPI single mode boot image qemu_qspi_R5_0.bin can be used for the execution on QEMU6. Execute the application on R5 in Lock-Step mode using the following command$ qemu-system-aarch64 -nographic -M arm-generic-fdt -dtb ./xilinx-zynqmp-arm.dtb -device loader,file=R5_FSBL.elf,cpu=4 -device loader,addr=0xff5e023c,data=0x80008fde,data-len=4 -mtdblock qemu_qspi_R5.bin -boot mode=1Xilinx SDK User GuideSoftware Development Flow