Print the name and arguments of the program being debugged.
Begin debugging program_name with no process or core.
Begin debugging program_name with core file core.
Begin debugging program_name with process ID process_id.
Begin debugging program with core file core. program_name may be -. dbx will attempt to extract the name of the executable from the core file. For details, see Debugging a Core File.
Begin debugging program_name with process ID process_id. program_name may be -; dbx finds it using /proc.
Force loading of a core file, even if it doesn’t match.
The -r option causes dbx to retain all display, trace, when, and stop commands. With no -r option, an implicit delete all andundisplay O are performed.
The -clone option causes another dbx process to begin execution, permitting debugging of more than one process at a time. Valid only if running in the Sun Studio IDE.
Starts another dbx process debugging nothing. Valid only if running in the Sun Studio IDE.
Start debugging program_name, even if program_name begins with a dash.
core is the name of a core file.
options are the options listed inOptions.
pid is the process ID of a running process.
program_name is the path name of the program.
Leaks checking and access checking are turned off when a program is loaded with the debug command. You can enable them with the check command (see check Command).