The DDRv tool is the first software component of the S32V Configuration and Validation Suite (S32V_CVS) product. Its purpose is to validate a DDR configuration imported from file or set up by hand.
The validation process is performed in stages, by gradually refinement of an initial DDR configuration up to an optimized setting. Each validation step is responsible with the verification and optimization of specific DDR parameters. The outcome of a validation stage represents the input of the next one, thus gradually refining the DDR settings. You can intervene in the validation stages and decide whether to include or skip a stage depending on which DDR settings are important to optimize.
DDRv is built as a multitier software comprised of an Eclipse based UI. The Eclipse user interface enables you to configure, control, and monitor the DDR validation process as well as view and interpret the results. The validation service allows to run DDR validation on a target directly accessible through a target probe.
The communication with the target is facilitated using either a Lauterbach or a PEMicro probe. The tool uses the client server model to be able to complete the final purpose of answering to the question: Does this configuration give me a stable DDR?