1.1.6. Synchronization Control window

The Synchronization Control window enables you to set up synchronized actions, synchronized execution operations, and cross-triggering when debugging multiprocessor applications. Figure 1.5 shows an example:

Figure 1.5. Synchronization Control window

Synchronization Control window

Although you can set up synchronization and cross-triggering for multiple RVISS targets, they cannot share memory. To debug a true multiprocessor system, you must use a hardware multiprocessor system with an ARM DSTREAM™ or RealView ICE debug unit.

Multiprocessor models are inherently synchronized. For this reason, you cannot set up synchronized execution operations if your multiprocessor model is one of the following:

However, you can set up synchronized execution operations for any single processor from one of these multiprocessor models with one or more:

See also

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