The Memory view does not have the ability to load or dump memory contents from or to a file.
You can use the Dump/Restore Memory function to copy the memory file contents to a data file and restore data file contents back to memory. To do this:
- Launch the hardware server, if it is not already running.
- Select .
The Dump/Restore Memory page opens.
- Click Select to select a Processor from the Select Peer and Context view. The Vitis software platform creates peers based on available target connections. For this example, the Vitis software platform creates a peer called Zc706_remote.
- Select the peer corresponding to your Target connection from the Peers list (in
this case, Zc706_remote), and then select the related processor, ARM
Cortex-A9 MPCore #0, from the APU Context. Note: Select the processor context, not the device context. In the example here, the processor context is APU.
- Click OK to select the processor.
- Set the location of the data file to restore from or dump to.
- Select either the Restore Memory or Dump Memory option button.
- In the Start field, specify the starting memory address from which you want to dump or restore memory.
- In the Size (in bytes) field, specify the number of bytes to be dumped or restored.
- Click OK. The Vitis software platform dumps or restores data from the starting address specified.