See how a developer analyzed and solved response time latency on network requests using Percepio Tracealyzer for FreeRTOS.
What makes RTOS-based development so difficult is that RTOS tasks have dependencies that may affect task execution in unexpected ways.
Tracealyzer version 4.8 has just been released, with major optimizations and improvements for Zephyr RTOS, and support for 64-bit target processors.
Tracealyzer® version 4.7 in now available for download and evaluation. This is a big feature update with several new capabilities and major improvements. Observability for any C/C++ software: Percepio’s TraceRecorder library can now be used with any C/C++ software...
Version 4.3.8 of Tracealyzer updates the target-side recorder to work with the most recent version of FreeRTOS, v10.3, and adds two new hardware ports.
Percepio announces Tracealyzer version 4.3 with new features for state machine analysis, stack usage analysis for Amazon FreeRTOS and major performance improvements when working with large traces.
With the release of Tracealyzer 4.2.9 we added the ability to trace your application with recorder extensions. This post gives an overview of this new capability.
Check out this new Tracealyzer video tutorial series that one of our users made last week. These 5 tutorials contain a wealth of information.
Open Pilot Next Gen used Tracealyzer to tune the ISR in their flight controllers and ensure deterministic performance
Percepio AB, the Swedish developer of RTOS visualization tools, today announced the availability of Tracealyzer v3.0, initially supporting FreeRTOS and SEGGER embOS.
Our Tracealyzer versions for microcontroller RTOS uses Percepio’s own recorder library, which uses separate definitions for critical sections within the recorder.
If you get this error when compiling the recorder, you are probably using an older version of FreeRTOS (v7.5.x or earlier) together with a newer version of the recorder library.