Big log files in ASIC verification often contain huge amount of data that is irrelevant for debug. This is especially noticeable when using third party VIPs because user often cannot access the code which is most often crypted and thus cannot finetune the messages that are being displayed in the log. In order to filter messages, you need to create scripts that will generate a new log with relevant messages only.
With Cogita, we first create a player, and then we can mute/unmute players to immediately see the relevant log.
This is a simple example, but if you want to combine different messages, you can create a new player, unmute these players and mute all other messages. You can repeat this as many times as you wish, without any limitation.
With Cogita, you can very easily control log size with information that is valuable and important for your debug. You can easily manipulate logs to be able to see only relevant information, focusing on debug, and not searching through the log.
Check out the video below to see a quick demo on how to easily manipulate your log file with Cogita.