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Cache Data view

Use the Cache Data view to examine the contents of the caches in your system. For example, L1 cache or TLB cache. You must enable Cache debug mode in the DTSL Configuration Editor dialog.

Select the cache you want to view from the CPU Caches menu.

Figure 15-38 Cache Data view (showing L1 TLB cache)

Cache Data view (showing L1 TLB cache)

Alternatively, you can use the cache list and cache print commands in the Commands view to show information about the caches.


Cache awareness is dependent on the exact device and connection method.

Toolbar and context menu options

Linked: context

Links this view to the selected connection in the Debug Control view. This is the default. Alternatively, you can link the view to a different connection. If the connection you want is not shown in the drop-down list you might have to select it first in the Debug Control view.

Show linked data in other Data views

Shows selected data in a view that is linked to another view.

View Menu

This menu contains the following options:

New Cache Data View

Displays a new instance of the Cache Data view.

Update View When Hidden

Enables the updating of the view when it is hidden behind other views. By default this view does not update when hidden.


Refreshes the view.

Freeze Data

Toggles the freezing of data in the current view. This option prevents automatic updating of the view. You can still use the Refresh option to manually refresh the view.

Editing context menu options

The following options are available on the context menu when you right-click a value:


Copies the selected value.

Select All

Selects all text.