TRACE32 Tools for Intel® Processors


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Hardware-based Debuggers
Hardware-based Core Trace Extensions
Software-Only Debuggers



 
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Hardware-based Debuggers


CombiProbe MIPI60-Cv2
  • CombiProbe MIPI60-Cv2 provides debug and system trace capability
  • Support for standard JTAG, debug HOOKs and I2C bus
  • Support for merged debug ports (two JTAG chains per debug connector)
  • Support for survivability features (threshold, slew rate, etc.)
  • Support for system trace port with up to 8 trace data channels
  • 128 MByte of trace memory
  • Voltage range 1.0 V to 1.8 V
  • SMP debugging (including hyperthreading)
  • AMP debugging with other architectures
  • BIOS/UEFI debugging with tailor-made GUI for all UEFI phases
  • Linux- and Windows-aware debugging
  • Hypervisor debugging
  • Support for system trace decoding via the Intel® Trace Hub Library

CombiProbe for Intel® DCI OOB
  • CombiProbe DCI OOB for closed chassis targets with USB3 port and DCI OOB capability
  • CombiProbe DCI OOB provides debug and system trace capability
  • Support for standard JTAG, debug HOOKs and system trace via DCI protocol
  • 128 MByte of trace memory
  • SMP debugging (including hyperthreading)
  • AMP debugging with other architectures
  • BIOS/UEFI debugging with tailor-made GUI for all UEFI phases
  • Linux- and Windows-aware debugging
  • Hypervisor debugging
  • System trace configuration and decoding via the Intel® Trace Hub library

QuadProbe MIPI60-Q
  • QuadProbe MIPI60-Q provides debug capability for up to 4 debug connectors on a single target
  • Support for standard JTAG, debug HOOKs and I2C bus
  • Support for merged debug ports (two JTAG chains per debug connector)
  • Support for survivability features (threshold, slew rate, and more)
  • Voltage range 1.0 V to 1.8 V
  • SMP debugging for multi-socket targets
  • SMP debugging of hundreds of threads
  • AMP debugging with other architectures
  • BIOS/UEFI debugging with tailor-made GUI for all UEFI phases
  • Linux- and Windows-aware debugging
  • Hypervisor debugging

 
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Hardware-based Core Trace Extensions


Intel® Processor Trace
  • Parallel trace port with up to 200 MBit/s per pin
  • Configurable trace port width (4-, 8-, 12- or 16-bit)
  • Standardized MIPI60 connector to target
  • Includes AutoFocus Self Calibration technology
  • Multicore tracing
  • Up to 4 GByte trace memory
  • Standard trace filters and triggers
  • Comprehensive profiling
  • Trace-based code coverage

 
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Software-Only Debuggers


Debugging via USB and Intel® Direct Connect Interface (Intel® DCI) DbC
  • Stop-mode debugging for form factor devices
  • Stop-mode debugging via USB protocol stack
  • Standard JTAG is wrapped into DCI packets
  • SMP debugging (including hyperthreading)
  • AMP debugging with other architectures
  • BIOS/UEFI debugging with tailor-made GUI for all UEFI phases
  • Linux- and Windows-aware debugging

Debugging of Virtual Targets
  • Front-end to third-party virtual targets
  • Front-end to third-party core simulators
  • Front-end to third-party target servers
  • Front-end to TRACE32 Back-End
  • Same GUI as TRACE32 hardware debuggers
  • Debug features as provided by third-party software/TRACE32 Back-End
  • Trace features as provided by third-party software/TRACE32 Back-End
  • Windows, Linux and MacOSX
  • Reprise RLM floating licenses



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