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 Command to Store, Restore a RTL Compiler session 

Last post Mon, Apr 29 2013 5:49 AM by grasshopper. 3 replies.
Started by beginer 01 Mar 2013 08:48 PM. Topic has 3 replies and 1035 views
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  • Fri, Mar 1 2013 8:48 PM

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    Command to Store, Restore a RTL Compiler session Reply
    Are there commands similar to synopsys's save_session and load_session in RTL Compiler.
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  • Sun, Mar 3 2013 4:24 AM

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    Re: Command to Store, Restore a RTL Compiler session Reply

     Hi beginer,

     read_db/write_db

    I suggest you familiarize yourself with its options as well

     gh-

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  • Thu, Apr 25 2013 1:48 PM

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    Re: Command to Store, Restore a RTL Compiler session Reply

     hi, i'm running rtl compiler on a remote server, sometimes the connection fail killing the remote terminal and the rc compilar, there is any way to make rtl compiler recover from a crashed session, or make "recovery points"?, the commands read_db/write_db can be used for my problem?

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  • Mon, Apr 29 2013 5:49 AM

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    Re: Command to Store, Restore a RTL Compiler session Reply

     read_db/write_db will do what you are asking for but seem to me like using VNC, nomachine's NX or similar would be a much better approach to address a connection reliability problem

     

    gh- 

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