4.6. Post-mortem debugging

This section describes how to examine the state of a system that has previously been running but that is currently not connected to Multi-ICE. For example, you can find out why a program has stopped.

Before you can examine a running target with Multi-ICE, you must configure the Multi-ICE interface unit and the server for that target. If you have a target that is operating without a Multi-ICE interface unit connected, and you must examine it to find out why it is behaving in a particular way, you must power up Multi-ICE interface unit and configure the server without disturbing the state of the target. This requires that the Multi-ICE interface unit is powered before it is connected to the target. The possible ways of powering Multi-ICE are described in:

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