**session_argsare a set of keyword arguments (**kwargs) that specify how to connect to a device when running a command.
Each argument can be provided in any function that takes
**session_argsas a parameter. Just provide the particular argument(s) in the function call as a keyword argument:
# Example of providing session args: 'serno' and 'ccs' function_name(serno="LXXXXXX", ccs="7")
Name Type Description Default serno str serial number of device devicetype str full devicetype name ccs str full path to ccs installation or version number latest chip str cpu/chip of device to connect to first chip found for device connection str full name of connection to use default connection for device ccxml str full path to ccxml file to use fresh boolean force a new ccxml file to be created and used False debug boolean output debug information when running False timeout int amount of time (seconds) for tiflash to execute 60
Name Tips devicetype you can see a list of devicetypes with the get_devicetypes() function chip you can see a list of chips/cpus with the get_cpus() function connection you can see a list of connections with the get_connections() function ccxml providing an existing ccxml file to use will eliminate any requirement of providing a serno, devicetype, and/or connection type
At the very minimum you’ll need to provide the device’s serial number (serno) or devicetype.
TIFlash will try to determine the rest of the information from there. If a piece of information cannot be determined, an error will be raised and you’ll need to provide this information as a session argument.