Source code for spinn_front_end_common.utilities.constants

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from enum import Enum
from data_specification.constants import APP_PTR_TABLE_BYTE_SIZE

# conversion from words to bytes
BYTES_PER_WORD = 4
BYTES_PER_3_WORDS = 12
BYTES_PER_SHORT = 2
BYTES_PER_KB = 1024

LIVE_GATHERER_CORE_APPLICATION_ID = 0xAC0
COMMAND_SENDER_CORE_APPLICATION_ID = 0xAC6
SPIKE_INJECTOR_CORE_APPLICATION_ID = 0xAC9

# how many bits there are in a word
BITS_PER_WORD = 32.0

#: start of where SDRAM starts (either unbuffered or buffered)
SDRAM_BASE_ADDR = 0x70000000

#: the ITCM max safe limit for a binary
MAX_SAFE_BINARY_SIZE = 32 * BYTES_PER_KB

#: the ITCM max limit for a binary
MAX_POSSIBLE_BINARY_SIZE = 33 * BYTES_PER_KB

# converts between micro and milli seconds
MICRO_TO_MILLISECOND_CONVERSION = 1000.0
MICRO_TO_SECOND_CONVERSION = 1000000.0  # (1e6)

#: max size expected to be used by the reverse ip_tag multicast source
#: during buffered operations.
MAX_SIZE_OF_BUFFERED_REGION_ON_CHIP = 1 * 1024 * BYTES_PER_KB

#: The default size of a recording buffer before receive request is sent
DEFAULT_BUFFER_SIZE_BEFORE_RECEIVE = 16 * BYTES_PER_KB

#: The number of bytes used by SARK per memory allocation
SARK_PER_MALLOC_SDRAM_USAGE = 2 * BYTES_PER_WORD

#: The number of words in the AbstractDataSpecable basic setup information.
#: This is the amount required by the pointer table plus a SARK allocation.
DATA_SPECABLE_BASIC_SETUP_INFO_N_BYTES = (
    APP_PTR_TABLE_BYTE_SIZE + SARK_PER_MALLOC_SDRAM_USAGE)

#: The number of bytes used by the simulation interface.
#: This is one word for the machine_time_step, one for the SDP port, and one
#: for the application hash.
SIMULATION_N_BYTES = 3 * BYTES_PER_WORD

#: the number of bytes used by the multicast data speed up interface
# 4 for the first key used by multicast protocol
MULTICAST_SPEEDUP_N_BYTES = BYTES_PER_WORD

#: The number of bytes used by the DSG and simulation interfaces
SYSTEM_BYTES_REQUIREMENT = (
    DATA_SPECABLE_BASIC_SETUP_INFO_N_BYTES + SIMULATION_N_BYTES)

#: Database file path maximum length for database notification messages.
#: Note that this is *not* sent to SpiNNaker and so is not subject to the
#: usual SDP limit.
MAX_DATABASE_PATH_LENGTH = 50000

#: size of the on-chip DSE data structure required, in bytes
DSE_DATA_STRUCT_SIZE = 4 * BYTES_PER_WORD


[docs]class SDP_RUNNING_MESSAGE_CODES(Enum): SDP_STOP_ID_CODE = 6 SDP_NEW_RUNTIME_ID_CODE = 7 SDP_UPDATE_PROVENCE_REGION_AND_EXIT = 8 SDP_CLEAR_IOBUF_CODE = 9
[docs]class SDP_PORTS(Enum): """SDP port handling output buffering data streaming""" # command port for the buffered in functionality INPUT_BUFFERING_SDP_PORT = 1 # command port for the buffered out functionality OUTPUT_BUFFERING_SDP_PORT = 2 # command port for resetting runtime etc RUNNING_COMMAND_SDP_PORT = 3 # extra monitor core reinjection functionality EXTRA_MONITOR_CORE_REINJECTION = 4 # extra monitor core data transfer functionality EXTRA_MONITOR_CORE_DATA_SPEED_UP = 5 # extra monitor core data in speed up functionality EXTRA_MONITOR_CORE_DATA_IN_SPEED_UP = 6
# output buffering operations
[docs]class BUFFERING_OPERATIONS(Enum): """A listing of what SpiNNaker specific EIEIO commands there are.""" # Database handshake with external program BUFFER_READ = 0 # Host confirming data being read form SpiNNaker memory BUFFER_WRITE = 1
#: partition IDs preallocated to functionality PARTITION_ID_FOR_MULTICAST_DATA_SPEED_UP = "DATA_SPEED_UP_ROAD" #: The default local port that the toolchain listens on for the notification #: protocol. NOTIFY_PORT = 19999 #: The number of clock cycles per micro-second (at 200Mhz) CLOCKS_PER_US = 200 PROVENANCE_DB = "provenance.sqlite3"