Oravec Ivan wrote:
> is there some special setting necessary to see any possible exception.
> What is the default state for CCM board.
> Can Linux overwrite setting done by u-boot.
> There is running application on Linux and at higher temp there is a SW
> watchdog generated. Now I would like to see the root cause if possible.
> If I change SYPCR:SWRI, card is frozen. If SWRI is active HRESET is
> triggered and card restarts.
> thank you
> best regrads
The root cause is that you have a hardware problem causing your system
to stop executing code properly. My speculation is a memory timing
issue. Power supply issues are another possiblility. I don't recall
ever having a crystal problem, they typically are unreliable starting up
at very cold temps, not hot.
Since the WDT apparently gets things started again, this would point to
a transient problem, which implies timing problems.
Do you have your processor set up to (a) reset or (b) halt on a
checkstop? If reset, it is likely you are _not_ getting a checkstop
exception and you will need to look elsewhere. If halt, I would look at
the system when it breaks and see why it did a checkstop (usually a
double bus fault). Note that looking at the system when it breaks is
much more difficult than it sounds. A JTAG debugger can be helpful.
Hooking a logic analyzer to the bus and seeing what the address and data
are when an error signal occurs is another approach (typically even more
difficult than JTAG but can be more useful in debugging the underlying