Tool for processing FW stack dumps. In verbose mode it prints the stack leading to the core dump including DSP registers and function calls. It outputs unwrapped gdb command function call addresses to human readable function call format either to a file or stdout.
Usage sof-coredump-reader.py [-h] [-a ARCH] [-c] [-l COLUMNCOUNT] [-v] (–stdout | -o OUTFILE) [–stdin | -i INFILE]
|-h||show this help message and exit|
|-a ARCH||determine architecture of dump file; valid archs are: LE64bit, LE32bit|
|-c||set output to be colourful|
|-l COLUMNCOUNT||set how many colums to group the output in|
|-v||increase output verbosity|
|--stdin||input is from stdin|
|-i INFILE||path to sys dump bin|
|--stdout||output is to stdout|
|-o OUTFILE||output is to FILE|
sof-coredump-to-gdb.sh shows example usage of sof-coredump-reader.py We read from dump file into sof-coredump-reader.py, then we pipe its output to xt-gdb, which operates on given elf-file.
./sof-coredump-to-gdb.sh sof-apl dump_file