Join Zephyr Project member Memfault for a webinar “Employing Coredumps to Debug your Embedded Devices” on Wednesday, July 26 at 9 am PT/12 pm ET/6 pm CET. Eric Johnson, Firmware Solutions Engineer at Memfault, will give a demo and show examples of coredumps with Zephyr RTOS. Register here.
About the Webinar:
Do you have a memory allocator that needs usage monitoring? Add it to your coredump! Or sensor data that causes a unique stack overflow? Add it to your coredump!
We know firsthand how difficult identifying and solving the root causes of firmware faults is, particularly for devices in the field. Local debugging and logging subsystems are commonly used to determine the issue cause, however, these tools are limited and invasive. This is where coredumps become helpful! Coredumps, an underutilized debugging resource, can provide valuable insights as they contain highly structured data that can be easily parsed.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Capture detailed insights into faults with coredumps
- Use GDB with a coredump
- Utilize Memfault to collect coredumps on any embedded MCU, Linux, or Android devices