Introduction to Dynamic printf 0 hr 8 min
Using the Dynamic printf API from the Kernel Shell Part 1 0 hr 6 min
Using the Dynamic printf API from the Kernel Shell Part 2 0 hr 10 min
Using Dynamic printf from Workbench Debug Shell 0 hr 5 min
Using Dynamic printf with RTPs 0 hr 6 min
Using Dynamic printf from Workbench Debugger GUI 0 hr 3 min
Introducing Hardware-Assisted Dynamic printf 0 hr 5 min
Using Hardware-Assisted Dynamic printf 0 hr 5 min
Quiz: Dynamic printf
Lab: Debugging with dprintf 0 hr 45 min
Lab Solution: Dynamic printf 0 hr 16 min
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VxWorks 7: Dynamic printf
Learn how to use the powerful debugging tool, dprintf.
Dynamic Printf (dprintf) lets you insert and remove target based software instrumentation messages on the fly. You will see how to do this from the VxWoks target shell, and you will also see the added benefits of using the Workbench debugger with dprintf(). Both VxWorks kernel and RTP domains will be instrumented, and your target CPU’s hardware breakpoint engine will allow you to instrument target variable accesses. You will explore these features in the lab.
Product: VxWorks 7
Based on: SR540
Applicable for: All VxWorks 7
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