JTAG support — Usage
Use of JTAG for debugging
JTAG can be used to single-step and debug loaded applications, including RedBoot. Only ROM configuration applications should be debugged using JTAG, RAM applications assume the presence of RedBoot.
Ronetix PEEDI notes
On the Ronetix PEEDI, the
file should be used to setup and configure the hardware to an
appropriate state to load programs. This includes setting up the
PLLs and SDRAM controller.
peedi.sd_l137.cfg file also
contains an option to define whether hardware or software
breakpoints are used by default, using the
CORE0_BREAKMODE directive in the
[PLATFORM_ARM] section. Edit this file if you
wish to use hardware break points, and remember to restart the
PEEDI to make the changes take effect.
On the PEEDI, debugging can be performed either via the telnet interface or using arm-eabi-gdb and the GDB interface. In the case of the latter, arm-eabi-gdb needs to connect to TCP port 9000 on the PEEDI's IP address. For example:
target remote 111.222.333.444:9000
The target will always run the primary and secondary bootloaders
because the ARM is not powered up until the secondary bootloader
has activated the ARM and put the DSP to sleep. The PEEDI will
then run the initialization section of the
peedi.sd_l137.cfg file, and halt the target.
This behaviour is repeated whenever the board is powercycled.
If the PEEDI is given a 'go' command then the board
will continue booting as normal.
Consult the PEEDI documentation for information on other features.
Running ROM applications
Applications configured for ROM startup can be run directly under JTAG. Once loaded and running via JTAG, HAL diagnostic output will appear by default on the serial debug port.
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