Mlxphyburn tool allows the user to burn firmware of an externally managed PHY. The tool burns and verifies a pre-compiled binary PHY firmware image on the PHY’s flash. It is supported only on Linux.
- ConnectX®-3/ConnectX®-3 Pro with an externally managed PHY
- A device that has access to the PHY flash module
- MLNX_OFED driver (if installed) must be down
- Access to the device through the PCI interface (pciconf/pci_cr)
- Firmware version that supports access to an externally managed PHY
- Version 2_33_5000 and above
# mlxphyburn [-d <device>] [–i Phy_fw_image] b[urn]|q[uery]
|-d|--dev <device>||Device which has access to the PHY.|
|-i|--img <PHY_fw_image>||PHY firmware image.|
|-v|--version||Display version info.|
|-h|--help||Display help message.|
|b[urn]||Burn given PHY image on the device's PHY.|
|q[uery]||Query PHY FW on device.|
If no device is specified, mlxphyburn will attempt to burn the PHY firmware image on all mst devices on the machine.
Examples of mlxphyburn Usage
# mlxphyburn -d /dev/mst/mt4099_pciconf0 -i Firmware_1.37.10_N32722.cld burn -I- attempting to burn PHY Fw on device: /dev/mst/mt4099_pciconf0 -I- Burning...(Process might take a few minutes) -I- Device burned and verified.
# mlxphyburn -d /dev/mst/mt4099_pciconf0 q -I- Querying device: /dev/mst/mt4099_pciconf0 Flash Type : Atmel AT25DF041A FW version : 1.37 Image ID : 1.37.10 InterfaceMasters N32722 Apr 14, 2014 12:21:00 Image ROM ID : 0