Getting Started with Tracealyzer
Getting started guides:
- Tracealyzer for FreeRTOS
- Tracealyzer for ESP32 (ESP-IDF/FreeRTOS)
- Tracealyzer for Zephyr
- Tracealyzer for Azure RTOS ThreadX
- Tracealyzer for Wind River VxWorks
- Tracealyzer for Linux / LTTng
- Tracealyzer for PX5 RTOS
For further information on how to get started with Percepio® Tracealyzer, please check the following resources:
- Tracealyzer Hands On – blog series on use-cases and features
- TzLinux – blog series on Linux tracing
- Tracealyzer Application Notes
- Troubleshooting guide for J-Link streaming
- Tracealyzer for STM32 users
- Tracealyzer for IAR users
- Running Tracealyzer on a Linux host computer
Make sure to read the User Manual included with Tracealyzer (see the “Help” menu). In particular, the section Creating and Loading Traces.
If you have any questions, contact us at email@example.com. We really appreciate your feedback.
Make sure to visit the RTOS Debug Portal for blogs and white papers about RTOS-based firmware design and how Tracealyzer can assist your development.
Tracealyzer 4: A brief demonstration showing some (but not all) of the many new features.
Trace Visualization: Walk-trough of the visualization in the main trace view, what is displayed and how.
Navigate and Search: Explains the basic operation of the main trace view, including zooming, scrolling and finding relevant events.