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If a P4080 exists on an SBC (say Curtiss-Wright VPX6-187), can I trace the cpu instructions on the board itself after I hit a hardware breakpoint?

Question asked by robert reeves on Mar 10, 2016

From what I see - the real time debug component exists in the P4080. That chip is separate from the E500 CPU and the CPU access to DRAM. Can the trace on the P4080 show me an assembly language trace of the instructions executed in the E500 CPU?