Print the list of all known threads.
Print threads normally not printed (zombies).
Controls whether all threads are printed or threads are filtered. The default is to filter threads. When filtering is on, threads that have been hidden by the thread -hide command are not listed.
Under the dbx Debugger, enables automatic updating of the thread listing.
Echo the current modes.
Each line of information is composed of the following:
An * (asterisk) indicating that an event requiring user attention has occurred in this thread. Usually this is a breakpoint.
An ”o’ instead of an asterisk indicates that a dbx internal event has occurred.
An > (arrow) denoting the current thread.
t@num, the thread id, referring to a particular thread. The number is the thread_t value passed back by thr_create.
b l@num meaning the thread is bound (currently assigned to the designated LWP), or a l@num meaning the thread is active (currently scheduled to run).
The “Start function” of the thread as passed to thr_create. A ?() means that the start function is not known.
The thread state, which is one of the following:
The function that the thread is currently executing.