Re: [gem5-users] Integrating Orion Power Simulator with Garnet

2018-07-11 Thread Krishna, Tushar
Hi Faisal, Orion is outdated. We used to have it as part of garnet long back but removed it. gem5 now has DSENT (https://sites.google.com/site/mitdsent/) integrated. It is in ext/dsent The idea is to run dsent at the end of your simulation and it parses the config.ini and stats.txt files and

Re: [gem5-users] size variable in Packet class

2018-07-11 Thread Google
Hi Nikos, Thanks for your help. I tried all possible flags, but I was not able to get the value of those variables. If you come across any different approach, then do suggest Thanks again. Riddhi Sent from Mail for Windows 10 ___ gem5-users

Re: [gem5-users] size variable in Packet class

2018-07-11 Thread Nikos Nikoleris
Riddhi, You can get the values of these registers if you add some more Exec* flags. IIRC ExecResult might be useful as well. You can see the full list of debug flags with --debug-help. Nikos From: gem5-users on behalf of Google Reply-To: gem5 users mailing list Date: Wednesday, 11 July

Re: [gem5-users] size variable in Packet class

2018-07-11 Thread Google
Hi Nikos, Thanks again. You actually did give an useful hint. I used these flags, and I got following type of data: system.cpu 0x3698a02f73: movDS:[r12 + 0x340], rsi system.cpu 0x3698a02f73.0 : MOV_M_R : st rsi, DS:[r12 + 0x340] : system.cpu 0x3698a02f7b: sub

Re: [gem5-users] size variable in Packet class

2018-07-11 Thread Nikos Nikoleris
Hi Riddhi, I am not familiar with a way to trace the ALU operations and operands. You could trace the micro-ops and macro-ops and then post-process the trace to filter out the ALU operations. If you wish to do that then have a look at the Exec* debug flags. I believe the debug flags