NI CompactRIO Device Drivers May 2018 and NI R Series MultifunctionRIO May 2018 Bug Fixes

Publish Date: Jun 21, 2018 | 0 Ratings | 0.00 out of 5 | Print

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The following items are a subset of issues fixed in NI CompactRIO Device Drivers May 2018 and NI R Series Multifunction RIO Device Drivers May 2018 since NI CompactRIO Device Drivers December 2017 and NI R Series Multifunction RIO Device Drivers August 2017. If you have an issue ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed in NI CompactRIO Device Drivers May 2018 or NI R Series Multifunction RIO Device Drivers May 2018 with LabVIEW 2018.

 

ID Fixed Issue

672108

Changing the connector for an R Series expansion chassis in the LabVIEW project after a previous compile caused the intermediate file generation of the next compile to fail. 

679827

Compilation would fail on cRIO targets (excluding cRIO-904X targets) when the bitfile included NI 985x FPGA IO Nodes. 

680529

On cRIO-904x targets, a pre-compilation error would occur when using a top-level clock of 120 MHz or greater for the NI 9770 or the NI 9775. 

682048

Host to Target and Target to Host DMA FIFOs on cRIO-906x, sbRIO-96x7, sbRIO-9651, NI 9147, NI 9149, NI 793x, roboRIO, and myRIO may have failed to report low-level bus errors. This may have resulted in stale data followed by a timeout error.

680240

On certain RIO units and only at certain temperatures, a low-level bus error is thrown on startup that can cause DMA FIFOs to error (typically with error -52018). In certain cases, this could impact a running application (under issue #678603, and could affect RS-485 ports), although this has occurred much less frequently than the error on startup. This has been observed on cRIO-9068, and theoretically could impact other controllers using the same architecture (cRIO-906x, sbRIO-96x7, sbRIO-9651, NI 9147, NI 9149, NI 793x, roboRIO, and myRIO). This issue is related to #682048 on this same page, meaning that in cRIO 17.0 - 17.6 there may not be an error thrown.

683399

Calling Open FPGA VI Reference.vi on a VxWorks-based controller would return error -63193 ("The requested feature is not supported.") when targeting the FPGA on a NI Linux RT device.

 

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