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We capture memory transaction logs via XDS560v2 Pro Trace with the settings below:
We modified the settings for capturing DSP1 LSRAM (L2_1) EDMA WR Access only.
Our application uses EDMA_CC1_TC0 for default, and we confirmed this with the logs. But when we modify the application for using EDMA_CC4_TC0 instead of EDMA_CC1_TC0, even though the register¶mset movements confirm that we are using the EDMA_CC4_TC0, memory transaction logs show that we are using EDMA_CC2_TC0.
Moreover, there is no EDMA_CC4 in the transaction master list below.
So far I am sure that there is no paramset in EDMA_CC2 which addresses DSP1 L2SRAM as destination. We are using CCS Version: 6.1.1.00022. Any suggestions about that?
Thanks in advance..
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