I noticed that while programming the Watchdog in C6748 in a debug session using Blackhawk STMv2 USB that if watchdog resets the CPU, press Pause would show
C674X_0: Trouble Halting Target CPU: (Error -1060 @ 0x0) Device is not responding to the request. Reset the device, and retry the operation. If error persists, confirm configuration, power-cycle the board, and/or try more reliable JTAG settings (e.g. lower TCLK). (Emulation package 5.0.747.0)
If I press Terminate to end debug session instead, when pressing Debug button again to load the program then CCS crashes. It has latest updates applied, including Blackhawk.
If I reset the target manually, debug session recognizes the rest and I can reload the program without problems.
Thank you for reporting this. When CCS crashes, I assume you mean the application exits with a crash dialog (as opposed to it hanging)? If the application exits, could you check if a crash dump file is created? You can check by going to the Help -> CCS Support menu, select "debug server dump files", and click view. If there are any files in this folder, could you attached them here?
I attached the log files, there wasn't any crash dialog just CCS disappeared from screen.
Looks like the attachment didn't make it. Could you give it another try?
I re-edited the post to attach the crash logs files. Let me know if are still not uploaded.
Thanks David, got the files. The log files have provided place to start and the developer for the component area that is crashing is having a look.
We were able to find a reproducible test case and are looking into the issue. It is being tracked by SDSCM00044923.
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