The final table, which always appears, is the summary. This will report nonassociations, and will indicate whether the cell passed or failed the LVS test.
A pass indication is reported for a cell if all of the following are true:
Note that having unassociated physical groups, devices, or subcircuits does not automatically cause failure. Unassociated groups (random pieces of conductor material) do no harm, but all groups connected to associated devices or subcircuits must be associated (have a corresponding node in the schematic). It is also possible to have unassociated physical devices or subcircuits, but none of these can have a connection to associated groups other than the ground group (the ground group is used when a ground plane layer is specified). Thus, the physical layout can have structure not represented in the schematic, but only if this structure is topologically disjoint from the associated circuit.