Run the hardware server from the computer that connects to the target board. To do so, launch the hardware server from the computer that has a JTAG connection to the VCK190 board.
Launch Vivado by issuing the command,
Set up the Vivado Hardware Manager by clicking Flow -> Hardware Manager, and click Open target.
Select Open New Target, and click Next.
Host Nameas you see in step 5, and click Next.
After a successful connection to your host, you can verify the hardware devices
xcvc1902_1, and click Next.
Under the Hardware Device Properties window, click the ellipsis (…) to select the generated probe file from
After the hardware device got refreshed, you can observe the following messages in the Tcl console:
Processed interface mm2s_s_ila1_slot0 Processed interface vitis_design_s2mm_1_0_s_ila1_slot1 Processed interface vitis_design_s2mm_2_0_s_ila1_slot2
+button from the Trigger Setup - hw_ila_1 window, and select the
TVALIDsignal probes, and click OK.
Once the probes are added, select
1 (logical one)from the dropdown in the
Valuecolumn for all three probes. This is required to capture the signals when
Observe the Core status as
IDLEin the Settings-hw_ila_1 window. Now, select the
>(Play)button at the top to capture the configured signals, and observe the status changes to
Waiting for Triggeras follows:
Wait for the ILA to be ready to capture signals, and run the application on the
Expect to see the following result: After completing above steps, you are able to see the captured-related AXI signals and data are shown in a waveform with timing information from Vivado.