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I'd like to debug my UVM processes only (one of them is stuck somewhere). When I use the TCL *process* command I get 1000's of RTL processes.
What is the best way to filter this list to get only SV/UVM processes?
Are you using Indago (or SimVision)? There may be easier ways to figure out what's stuck where, using the GUI rather than Tcl.
For example, Indago has a "debug" tab which contains an "Active Threads…
For example, Indago has a "debug" tab which contains an "Active Threads" viewer, where you can see / filter the list of all running threads. Clicking a thread there will open the corresponding source at the line the thread is stopped at.
@StephenH thanks! does simvision has the same thing?
No, thread debugging is a new feature of Indago.
As Doug says, SimVision doesn't have the thread debugger. I do believe you have access to Indago though, and given how you're a fan of Python, Indago's native Python API should be a good reason to consider upgrading away from SimVision :-)