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This program allows you to load a program into an inferior fork and log
the use of any JSYS, any class of JSYSES or all JSYSES. Additional
information in the log file can be the PC which called the JSYS and the
arguments if any.
Commands are the following:
ALLOW arg Add the set of JSYSes specified to the set
which is being trapped and logged.
DISALLOW arg Remove the set of JSYSes specified from the
set which is being trapped and logged.
CLOSE Close the log file and stop trapping of JSYSes.
EXIT Close log file and exit from program.
FORKS arg Tell whether or not you expect the core image
of all forks to be the same. This command only
affects the symbolic listing in the log file.
GET program Read the specified program into an inferior fork.
The program is not started.
INTERRUPT char Set which control character to use to interrupt
the program being run. The default is ^P.
LOG spec Begin logging of the JSYSes to the specified
file. The default file is JSTRAP.LOG.
MAXIMUM number Set how many identical JSYSes in a row can be
logged. Any further identical JSYSes are
ignored. Default value is 1000.
PROCEED Return from a terminal interrupt.
RESET Close the log file and restart the program.
START Begin execution of the program being watched.
SYMBOLS addr Set what address to use for reading in symbols.
The default address is .JBSYM (116).
TELL jsys Tell whether or not a particular JSYS is being
trapped. The argument ALL will list all JSYSes
which are being trapped.
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