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DWT CycCnt vs SysTick inaccuracy.
Jakub M. Jan 11, 2018 at 05:32 AM (05:32 hours)
Staff: Juan S.

  • Hello,

    I'm using Multilink Universal with S32 Design Studio for S32K144 MCU. What I've found out is some inaccuracy between DWT CycCnt and SysTick during single stepping and while using breakpoints:
    - when I measure LPIT IRQ intervals by tracing to RAM buffer without any interruptions, both counters show exactly the same values (as expected),
    - when I measure the same with stopping on a breakpoint inside ISR (MCR[DBG_EN]=0), SysTick measurements are 18 ticks bigger than CycCnt,
    - when I single step with Instruction Stepping Mode enabled:
    - if CycCnt is increased by 1, SysTick is decreased by 8,
    - if CycCnt is increased by 2, SysTick is decreased by 9.
    What is a reason for these discrepancies?

    Jakub




    Comments

  • Hi Jakub, 

    According to the ARMv7-M Debug manual:

    CYCCNT does not increment when the processor is halted in Debug state.

    This may explain the discrepancy that you are seeing.

    Regards,
    Juan See

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