T1.streaming is an add-on for T1.timing and enables recording continuous target
scheduling trace data on a PC. All trace data capture by the T1-TARGET-SW
is sent to the host PC where it is stored, analyzed and visualized
“on-the-fly” in real-time.
The analysis by the user can be performed with the T1-HOST-SW while streaming or later with a stored streaming trace.
The duration of a recorded trace is only limited by the capacity of the hard-disk used for this purpose.
T1.streaming enables recording trace data for seconds, minutes, hours or even days.
With T1.streaming it is now possible to record all trace data during whole test drives and
perform detailed analysis as needed at any time.
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A lot of analyses can be performed with the stored trace data:
Extract and analyue all timing parameters
(min/max/average of CET, GET, RT, IPT, ST, PER and NST) for all tasks and interrupts, processes and threads
Visually identify maximum and minimum values at the first glance and zoom in to a single instance
of a task, interrupt, process or thread within a second
Get an immediate visual impression of the core loads of all cores
Add unlimited constraints and visualize violations of the constraints
Add unlimited event-chains to calculate user specific timing parameters (available Q1/2021)
Zooming in shows more details of the tasks, interrupts, processes, and threads
Depending on the zoom level the following visualization modes are automatically selected:
Graphs with the aggregated min/max/average timing parameters
Graphs indicating each timing parameter available (no aggregation)
Detailed state-view similar to T1.scope: colors indicate states like “ready” or “running”
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T1 supports TC39x
Synchronized traces from 6 cores!
T1 makes it happen. Click
here, to view a screenshot of T1 with 6 synchronized traces and some cross-core communications.