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[email protected] said:
> There are probably those more knowledgeable about PCI than I, but I
> will offer my opinion.? I don't think this type of scheme will meet
> PCI 2.x specs, just because of the reasons you stated.? All PCI
> devices must respond to the configuration address space at all times.


We deal with a similar situation by using a PLX9080 to provide the
PCI interface. This handles the configuration space so that we can
do neato things like let the driver reload the FPGA at will. The
FPGA does *not* implement anything PCI, that is up to the PLX chip.

Which by the way is a "bridge" chip (PCI to i960 bus) but not a PCI-to-PCI

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