This section describes dcmds and walkers used to examine particular kernel synchronization primitives. The semantics of each primitive are discussed in the corresponding (9f) section of the manual pages.
Given the address of a readers-writers lock (see rwlock(9F)), display the current state of the lock and the list of waiting threads.
Convert the address of a synchronization object to the address of the corresponding turnstile and print the turnstile address.
Display the properties of the specified turnstile_t. If no turnstile_t address is specified, the dcmd displays the properties of all turnstiles.
Given the address of a condition variable (see condvar(9F)) or semaphore (see semaphore(9F)), display the current number of waiters on this object. If no explicit address is specified, display all such objects that have waiting threads. If the -v option is specified, display the list of threads that are blocked on each object.