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MAVEN PFFSW STATUS 10/02/2012 Conf: 866-541-6330 #7064930. Overview of Activities. Deliveries Development (Build 3) During Period SWEA PAD simulated on laptop verified against DWC’s Excel spreadsheet Incorporated in V3.0 Dave Mitchell now wants changes SWIA MOMENTS

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Maven pffsw status 10 02 2012 conf 866 541 6330 7064930

  • MAVEN PFFSW

  • STATUS

  • 10/02/2012

  • Conf: 866-541-6330 #7064930


Overview of activities

Overview of Activities

Deliveries

Development (Build 3) During Period

  • SWEA PAD

    • simulated on laptop

    • verified against DWC’s Excel spreadsheet

    • Incorporated in V3.0

    • Dave Mitchell now wants changes

  • SWIA MOMENTS

    • Simulated on PC environment

    • Transferred to FSW V3.1

    • Simulation did not work

    • Code required a lot of changes

    • Successful simulation of P1 and P2 Moments against test cases

  • SWIA LUTs

    • Required rewriting sections of Flash Write/Read functions

    • Allows Read/Write from/to a Specific Block on Flash

    • Tested on ETU

  • Limit Monitor Database Building

    • Received inputs from instrumenters last Sunday.

    • Have built a database but will need to test it.

  • On the “Cutting Room Floor”


  • Sprs and scrs

    SPRs and SCRs


    Charts

    Charts

    CHARTS


    Op sloc

    Op SLOC


    Module status chart

    Module Status Chart


    Metrics chart

    Metrics Chart


    Margin chart

    Margin Chart


    Margin chart1

    Margin Chart


    Defect chart

    Defect Chart

    NULACCERRs reported and fixed.


    Charts1

    Charts

    FORMAL

    TEST

    OUTLINES


    Cpt and stress tests

    CPT and Stress Tests

    • Acceptance Testing

      • Performed on ETU PF System

      • Highly Automated Using Approved Test Scripts

    • Comprehensive Performance Test

      All Requirements Verified

      All Arms/Disarms Verified

      All Errors and Events Verified

      All Telemetry and Commands Used

      All PF Mode Configurations Used

      CPU Resource Usage Measured

    • Long Duration & Stress Test

    • High Rate of Commands

      • Command Pass Simulation Every Hour for 72 hours

      • Memory Load – Uplink of Script Database (1KB)

      • Serial Commands – Max commands rate for 250 commands

      • Memory Dump Script Database

      • Execute Script and Verify Results

    • High Rate of Telemetry

      • Continuous Telemetry at 200% nominal

      • Real Time Data @ 200%

      • Archive Playback @ 200%

    • CPU Intensive Processing

      • Calculations @ 100%

      • Archive Writing (200% nominal)

      • Data Compression Enabled

      • SDRAM and SRAM Memory Scrubbing Enabled

    • Verification

      • Test Status Logged Every Hour

      • No Errors in FSW or GSE

      • No Memory Leaks


    Acceptance testing

    Acceptance Testing

    • Acceptance process – reviews (e.g., Acceptance Test Readiness Review, Acceptance Test Review), approval, and signoff processes

    • Final Builds Have Review/Test/Review Sequence

      • ATRR

      • LDS

      • CPT

      • ATR

    • Approval and Signoff

      • PF PM

      • PF SQA


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