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 Is vector replay supported on Palladium? 

Last post Thu, Feb 22 2007 11:45 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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    Is vector replay supported on Palladium? Reply

    Is vector replay supported on Palladium?

    I would like to get dumps from a simulation, translate them into vectors/testbench
    and apply them on another palladium simulation.

    Where can I find this info on palladium docs?


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  • Thu, Feb 22 2007 11:55 AM

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    RE: Is vector replay supported on Palladium? Reply

    Yes. There is a compile mode called 'Vector Debug' or 'vd' mode. This is specified in the compile script like this:

    compilerOption -add { mode vd }

    To run in this mode, the vectors must be translated into a CBC format. There is a utility in Palladium software called ptran which can translate from various vector formats. In the docs, see the 'vector' QEL command for running the vectors against the design.

    Harlin!
    harlinh@cadence.com


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