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xPC Target & concurrent models - how to get TET?

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Chethan Pandarinath
Chethan Pandarinath on 7 Jul 2014
I have an xPC target model that runs on 4 separate cores. I would like to get the task execution time (TET) for all the cores.
This should be as simple as creating subsystems that have the xPC Target TET block and assigning one to each core. However, the xPC Target TET requires that only one instance exist per model, so I am unable to have one per core.
Does anyone have a good workaround for this?
Thanks in advance.

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Suneesh
Suneesh on 7 Jul 2014
Edited: Suneesh on 7 Jul 2014
Have you tried using the profiler? Here is an example for a concurrently executed model:

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Chethan Pandarinath
Chethan Pandarinath on 8 Jul 2014
Hi, thanks Sunish. That's not a bad option for debugging. I was hoping to get the values myself for each core, for each clock tick, so I could log the values down with the rest of my datastream (which is output over a raw ethernet block). So unfortunately this won't quite do what I want, in the same way that an xPC Target TET block that worked for multiple cores would do. Thanks for the suggestion.

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