A trace visualization tool for developers of RTOS- or Linux-based embedded software systems, Tracealyzer relies on efficient software instrumentation with minimal overhead, it works with essentially any 32-bit processor or microcontroller and does not require any special trace hardware. This state-of-the-art visualization tool understands the meaning of most RTOS events and performs advanced analysis to improve the visualization by connecting related events and views.
Tracealyzer can be used side-by-side with traditional debuggers, enabling you to inspect real-time issues where a classic debugger is not sufficient. The tool provides over 30 views of the runtime behaviour, including task scheduling and interrupt handler/ISR execution, task timing and priority, CPU load, memory usage, as well as interactions between tasks and interrupt handlers/ISRs. The licenses are to choose from any of the RTOSes supported by Percepio - https://percepio.com/tracealyzer/
Check out the whitepaper: RTOS 101 – Understand your real-time applications with the help of Percepio Tracealyzer
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