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Part Number: 66AK2E05
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am using XDS560v2 Pro Trace jtag with CCC 8.3.0 on Windows with using usb cable.
Connection: Spectrum Digital XDSPRO USB Emulator
Board or Device: 66AK2E05
I am able to load and run code without any issue. I am trying to PC trace DSP and ARM Core. I am able to run PC trace with DSP but I can not on ARM.
I get some error. I share to below.
Thank you very much!
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
Feedback by one of the emulation experts:
"It may be possible that the gels for the 66AK2E05 device are configuring the PLLs such that the TPIU export clock is exceeding what the pro-trace can handle. Looking at the GELs for 66AK2E05 (.\ccsv8\ccs_base\emulation\boards\evmk2e\gel\evmk2e_arm.gel) there are a few options for configuring the PLLs for the device (i.e. CORE_PLL_INIT_100MHZ_to_614_28MHz() … CORE_PLL_INIT_100MHZ_to_1_35Gz()).
These functions eventually program the PLL1_DIV3 which should be what is setting the TPIU clock. There is a gel that was created specifically for K2G that can be run from the DebugSS DAP to lower the TPIU clock. It is located in .\ccsv8\ccs_base\emulation\gel\k2g_trace_util.gel. This gel also seems to work for K2H so I’m guessing it will work for all Keystone 2 devices. "
Are you executing any GEL scripts which initialize the target as mentioned above? It was suggested to use a slower CORE_PLL_INIT function. Are you using an EVM or is this a custom board?
I am using an EVM. I tried PLLs configuration. I have some error. I share to below PLLs Configurations setting and PLLs error log.
Thank you so much!
In reply to IBRAHIM KOCAK:
I noticed that you have the evmk2e_arm.gel set on the arm_A15_3 core. The default gel setup for the 66AK2E05 places the evmk2e.gel from emulation\boards\evmk2e\gel on to the C66xx_0 core. Can you try creating a new CCXML with the 66AK2E05 device? This should set up the evmk2e.gel on the C66xx_0 core automatically. After creating the new CCXML, please power cycle your EVM, start a debug session, connect to the C66xx_0 core and run Scripts->TCI66xx Functions->TETRIS_POWERUP_AND_PLL_INIT_100MHZ_1000MHz, and attempt to use PC Trace with ARM core.
In reply to Mark Garrett:
I can not still configurate PLLs and ı can not connect arm using 4GB DDR3 RAM . I get error. I share to below and I can connect 2GB DDR3 RAM on arm with ProTrace. Thanks,
I am using standard EVM 66AK2E05.
I am using XDS560v2 Pro Trace jtag with CCC 8.3.0 on Windows with using usb cable. I tried to run standard evmk2e_arm.gel but I did not connect to Pro Trace. This instant I don't run any gel scripts on the ARM Core. I share to below my target config setting and my all errors. My last error is failed to converge on stable ADC threshold. I shared to below too.
I tried that but ı can not connect. I share to get my error.
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