The correctness checker prints errors to
as soon as they are found. You can perform interactive debugging with the help of a traditional debugger: if the application is already running under debugger control, the debugger can stop a process when an error is found. You should manually set a breakpoint in the function
. This function and debug information about it are contained in the Intel® Trace Collector library. Therefore, you can set the breakpoint and inspect the parameters of the function after a process is stopped. The parameters indicate what error occurred.