ERR<n>MISC1, Error Record Miscellaneous Register 1, n = 0 - 65534
The ERR<n>MISC1 characteristics are:
IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED error syndrome register. The miscellaneous syndrome registers might contain:
- Information to identify the FRU in which the error was detected, and might contain enough information to locate the error within that FRU.
- A Corrected error counter or counters.
- Other state information not present in the corresponding status and address registers.
This register is present only when error record <n> is implemented. Otherwise, direct accesses to ERR<n>MISC1 are RES0.
ERR<q>FR describes the features implemented by the node that owns error record <n>. <q> is the index of the first error record owned by the same node as error record <n>. If the node owns a single record, then q = n.
For IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED fields in ERR<n>MISC1, writing zero must always be supported to return the error record to an initial quiescent state.
In particular, if any IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED syndrome fields might generate a Fault Handling or Error Recovery Interrupt request, writing zero is sufficient to deactivate the Interrupt request.
Fields that are read-only, non-zero, and ignore writes are compliant with this requirement.
Arm recommends that any IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED syndrome fields that can generate a Fault Handling, Error Recovery, Critical, or IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED, interrupt request are disabled at Cold reset and are enabled by software writing an IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED non-zero value to an IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED field in ERR<q>CTRL.
ERR<n>MISC1 is a 64-bit register.
The ERR<n>MISC1 bit assignments are:
IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED, bits [63:0]
IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED syndrome.
Accessing the ERR<n>MISC1
Reads from ERR<n>MISC1 return an IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED value and writes have IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED behavior.
Arm recommends that miscellaneous syndrome for multiple errors, such as a corrected error counter, is read/write.
When ERR<n>STATUS.MV == 0b1, the miscellaneous syndrome specific to the most recently recorded error should ignore writes.
These recommendations allow a counter to be reset in the presence of a persistent error, while preventing specific information, such as that identifying a FRU, from being lost if an error is detected while the previous error is being logged.
ERR<n>MISC1 can be accessed through the memory-mapped interfaces:
|RAS||0x028 + 64n||ERR<n>MISC1|
Accesses on this interface are RW.