The unsuppress command undoes suppress commands. It is valid only in native mode.
The unsuppress command is available only on Solaris platforms.
History of suppressandunsuppress commands (not those specifying the -d and -reset options).
List of errors being unsuppressed in functions that are not compiled for debugging. This list is per loadobject. Any other errors can be suppressed only by using the suppress command (see suppress Command) with the -d option.
Modify the default suppressions for all loadobjects by further unsuppressing errors.
Modify the default suppressions in the loadobjects by further unsuppressing errors.
At error location unsuppress present error.
Set the default suppression mask to the original value (startup time).
Unsuppress errors everywhere.
Suppress errors in list of functions, list of files, and list of loadobjects.
Unsuppress errors at line.
Unsuppress errors at line in file.
Unsuppress errors at location address.