Even if your IR-drop looks good, you may still have a few unconnected instances, or be missing a powergrid view, or may have had a problem with the power consumption run that the rail analysis uses. If you know what files to check out in this Reports directory, you can make sure that you're not missing anything. I'll use "VDD" in the filename examples, but of course it could be "VSS," "VDDCore," or whatever your rails are named. Here's my breakdown of what to check out:
Hi Thakur, it's hard to say without knowing what your violations look like. If you could post your question to the Digital Implementation Forum along with a picture, you may get some suggestions or ideas to further debug this. Thanks!
I am getting some Current Density violation ( 24 ). How we do power plan such a way that we wont such get violations.