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14.4.1. External register access permissions

External access permission to the cross trigger registers is subject to the conditions at the time of the access. Table 14.4 describes the processor response to accesses through the external debug and memory-mapped interfaces.

Table 14.4. External register conditions
NameConditionDescription
OffEDPRSR.PU is 0

Processor power domain is completely off, or in a low-power state where the processor power domain registers cannot be accessed.

DLKEDPRSR.DLK is 1OS Double Lock is locked.
OSLKOSLSR_EL1.OSLK is 1OS Lock is locked.
EDADAllowExternalDebugAccess() ==FALSEExternal debug access is disabled. When an error is returned because of an EDAD condition code, and this is the highest priority error condition, EDPRSR.SDAD is set to 1. Otherwise EDPRSR.SDAD is unchanged.
SLKMemory-mapped interface onlySoftware lock is locked. For the external debug interface, ignore this row.
Default-None of the conditions apply, normal access.

Table 14.5 shows an example of external register condition codes for access to a cross trigger register. To determine the access permission for the register, scan the columns from left to right. Stop at the first column a condition is true, the entry gives the access permission of the register and scanning stops.

Table 14.5. External register condition code example
OffDLKOSLKEDADSLKDefault
----RO/WIRO

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