Apply trigger at startup init values to an ILA core in the design
apply_hw_ila_trigger [‑ila_cell <arg>] [‑quiet] [‑verbose] [<file>]
|Apply trigger settings to this ila cell
|Ignore command errors
|Suspend message limits during command execution
|ILA startup trigger settings file
Apply a trigger configuration file to the bitstream of a design, to support ILA trigger at startup.
This command is used to configure the trigger settings of an ILA core in a design bitstream (.bit) file, so that the ILA debug core is armed to trigger on events immediately after device configuration and startup. This allows data to be captured from the earliest stages of device activity, which would not be possible through the use of the Hardware Manager feature of the Vivado® Design Suite, and the
apply_hw_ila_trigger command reads a trigger configuration file written by
run_hw_ila -file and applies the various trigger settings to the ILA core in the implemented design. The trigger configuration for the ILA core then become part of the bitstream written by
write_bitstream, that is used to program the Xilinx® FPGA device.
- From the Hardware Manager, use
run_hw_ila -fileto export the trigger register map file for the ILA core.
- Open the implemented design, or the implemented design checkpoint.
- Use the
apply_hw_ila_triggercommand to apply the trigger settings to the in-memory design.
- Use the
write_bitstreamcommand to write the bitstream with the applied trigger configuration file.Note: Be sure to use the
write_bitstreamcommand, and not the Flow Navigator commands in the Vivado IDE.
- Return to the Hardware Manager, and use
program_hw_deviceto program the hw_device using the new bitstream file.
Once programmed, the new ILA core should immediately arm at startup. In the Vivado logic analyzer feature, you should see the "Trigger Capture Status" for the ILA core is now populated with captured data samples if trigger events or capture conditions have occurred. Refer to the Vivado Design Suite User Guide: Vivado Programming and Debugging (UG908) for more information.
-ila_cell <arg> - (Optional) Apply trigger settings to the specified ILA cell. The cell must be specified as an object using the
-ila_cell option is not required, and should only be used to apply the trigger file to a different ILA cell in the design.
-quiet - (Optional) Execute the command quietly, returning no messages from the command. The command also returns TCL_OK regardless of any errors encountered during execution.
-verbose - (Optional) Temporarily override any message limits and return all messages from this command.
<file> - (Optional) Specify a trigger configuration file that was created by the
run_hw_ila -file command.