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 instance based functional coverage on systemverilog classes (OVM) in vManager 

Last post Thu, Mar 26 2009 10:03 PM by DDXYZVV. 2 replies.
Started by FrankE 08 Dec 2008 04:27 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 2598 views
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  • Mon, Dec 8 2008 4:27 AM

    • FrankE
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    instance based functional coverage on systemverilog classes (OVM) in vManager Reply

     Hi all,

    I am just checking vmanager functionality and found out, that, when instantiating a class twice in OVM, I don't get separate coverage reports for these 2 instances. Unfortunately neither docu nor help etc. tell me, whether this is/will be supported.

    For me, this is currently a NoGo-criteria, as I have several verification-IPs of one class instantiated on different data-channels.

     

    This might also be a  problem of verification-recording as I see the same in ICCR. Any information about workarounds or fixes ?

     

    regards, Frank

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  • Fri, Jan 9 2009 9:39 AM

    • tpylant
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    Re: instance based functional coverage on systemverilog classes (OVM) in vManager Reply

    This is a current limitation with having your coverage within a class. This is a high priority item to be fixed.

    Tim

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  • Thu, Mar 26 2009 10:03 PM

    • DDXYZVV
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    Re: instance based functional coverage on systemverilog classes (OVM) in vManager Reply

    Hi,

     You are right.. But If I take instance of two module then how to see coverage for those two instace in vmanager?

     Any idea?

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Started by FrankE at 08 Dec 2008 04:27 AM. Topic has 2 replies.