Changeset 1028 for branches


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Timestamp:
Dec 20, 2015, 7:32:26 PM (7 years ago)
Author:
cfuguet
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Fixing indentation in the README file

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    r1027 r1028  
    1010directory)
    1111
    12         svn co https://www-soc.lip6.fr/svn/tsar_dist_boot/
     12    svn co https://www-soc.lip6.fr/svn/tsar_dist_boot/
    1313
    1414
     
    2323tsar repo's working directory
    2424
    25         In bash:
     25    In bash:
    2626
    27                 export TSARPATH=<path_to_tsar>
     27        export TSARPATH=<path_to_tsar>
    2828
    29         In tcsh:
     29    In tcsh:
    3030
    31                 setenv TSARPATH <path_to_tsar>
     31        setenv TSARPATH <path_to_tsar>
    3232
    3333The TSARPATH environment variable is used by the soclib.conf file in order to
     
    4040don't want to have the branches, and the trunk in different working
    4141directories, you can directly modify the soclib.conf configuration file, and
    42 add manually the directories. 
     42add manually the directories.
    4343
    4444
     
    6868
    6969  --batch-mode / -b      Framebuffer and TTYs are not shown.
    70                          TTYs are redirected to files 
     70                         TTYs are redirected to files
    7171
    72   --faulty-router / -fr  Inject a faulty router. The faulty router is 
    73                                                 designated by three arguments: T, X, and Y.
    74                                                 - T is the index of the target NoC
     72  --faulty-router / -fr  Inject a faulty router. The faulty router is
     73                        designated by three arguments: T, X, and Y.
     74                        - T is the index of the target NoC
    7575                           (CMD:0, RSP:1, M2P:2, P2M:3, CLACK:4).
    76                                              - X and Y are the coordinates of the router.
    77                                                 You can inject several faulty routers by repeating
     76                         - X and Y are the coordinates of the router.
     77                        You can inject several faulty routers by repeating
    7878                         the -fr parameter.
    79                                                 Example:
     79                        Example:
    8080                            Run simulation with a 4x4 mesh, and the routers
    8181                            CMD(3,3) and RSP(3,0) are faulty.
    8282
    83                                                             scripts/onerun -x 4 -y 4 -fr 0 3 3 -fr 1 3 0
    84                                                        
     83                                scripts/onerun -x 4 -y 4 -fr 0 3 3 -fr 1 3 0
     84
    8585  --faulty-core / -fc    Inject a faulty core. The faulty core is
    86                                                 designated by three arguments X, Y, and L.
     86                        designated by three arguments X, Y, and L.
    8787                         - X, and Y are the global coordinates of the core.
    8888                         - L is the local id of the core
    89                                                 You can inject several faulty cores by repeating
     89                        You can inject several faulty cores by repeating
    9090                         the -fc parameter.
    91                                                 Example:
     91                        Example:
    9292                            Run simulation with a 4x4 mesh, and the
    93                                                         cores (0,0,0) and (2,3,1) are faulty.
     93                            cores (0,0,0) and (2,3,1) are faulty.
    9494
    95                                                             scripts/onerun -x 4 -y 4 -fc 0 0 0 -fc 2 3 1
     95                                scripts/onerun -x 4 -y 4 -fc 0 0 0 -fc 2 3 1
    9696
    9797  --disk-image / -di     Path to the disk image from which the operating system
    98                                                 will be loaded at the end of the distributed boot
    99                                                 procedure. This disk image is the file handled by the
    100                                                 external disk controller.
     98                        will be loaded at the end of the distributed boot
     99                        procedure. This disk image is the file handled by the
     100                        external disk controller.
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