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andrewng Active 47 posts since
Apr 16, 2009
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May 16, 2012 2:40 AM

DFM PROPERTY in LVS command file

Dear All,

 

There is a message when I running LVS:

 

//  Applying licensing  policy...

//  calibrehlvs license  acquired.

//  calibrelvs license  acquired.

 

//  Warning: MGLS203:

//  License request for  calibreadp feature failed

 

//  Warning: MGLS203:

//  License request for  calibrexrc feature failed

 

//  Warning: MGLS203:

//  License request for  calibrexrccb feature failed

 

//  Error: The following  products could not be licensed sufficiently:

//  Error: - DFM  PROPERTY (from LVS)

Job  finished.

 

 

I am using a LVS command file which containing the command set below:

 

P_BM_NM_CHK_SYM = DFM PROPERTY MOM_SYMESH_MMKF_P BM_NM_CHK1 BM_NM_CHK2 BM_NM_CHK3 BM_NM_CHK4 BM_NM_CHK5 BM_NM_CHK6 BM_NM_CHK7 NF_CHK_SYM SIZE2 OVERLAP ABUT ALSO

[ BN1 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK1) ] [ BN2 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK2) ] [ BN3 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK3) ] [ BN4 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK4) ] [ BN5 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK5) ] [ BN6 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK6) ] [ BN7 = COUNT(BM_NM_CHK7) ] [ NF = COUNT(NF_CHK_SYM) ] [ A = AREA(SIZE2) ] [ MH = COUNT(SIZE2) ]

 

 

I understand that it need to use Calibre XRC license.

However, is there replacable command for it?

 

Thanks in advance!

Andrew

samantha_lizak Aficionado 117 posts since
May 29, 2008
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May 16, 2012 2:23 PM in response to: andrewng
Re: DFM PROPERTY in LVS command file

Hi Andrew-

 

DFM Property on its own consumes a DRC license. However, from the 2012.1 Administrator's Guide section on ADP licenses, "A calibreadp license is also required  during connectivity extraction, in cases where a device_layer,  pin_layer, or auxiliary_layer in a Device statement is derived from a DFM Property operation."  (The xRC licenses are just substitutes if an ADP license is not available.)

 

Does the rule file use layers derived from a DFM Property operation?  If so, can you rewrite them to use slightly different inheritance?

 

If this isn't the case, it would help to know what version you are running -- now and again license requirements do change.

 

Hope this helps-

 

Sam.

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