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RTA Raw and Printf logs only come from 1st DSP in a multi-DSP configuration after upgrading to CCSv5
I'm trying to find out why I only get my LOG_printf and RTA Raw trace statements from 1 of the DSPs in my debugging session.
I have a 2 DSP custom board with JTAG in a daisy-chain configuration. If I set up a trace log and single-step over a simple trace statement in the 2nd DSP, nothing shows up in my RTA Printf logs. However, if I do the same thing in the first DSP, I see the log statement print in the RTA tool.
I used to have no problems with this, but then upon upgrading to CCSv5 from v4, I ran into this issue. Did I botch something in setting up my environment? Has this been seen by anyone before?
It appears this problem still exists. I had decided to put this on the back burner while I worked out some other things and waited for new CCS updates, but now it would be extremely helpful if I could get logs from both of my DSPs. I upgraded today from 5.1.08 to 5.1.1, as a coworker told me there were known issues with logging in 5.1.08. Seems that wasn't the case.
Any TI employees out there want to take a stab at this? Can I do anything to get you more information? Any configuration questions? Please, I am at your service!
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