User and Reference Guide

  • 2020
  • 07/29/2020
  • Public Content

Independent Thread Run Control

The Intel® System Debugger provides the following alternatives of thread run control:
  • Default run control: all threads are run or suspended together any time you execute a corresponding command.
  • Independent thread run control: allows you to control execution of individual cores separately.
    If the Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology is enabled, halting an individual core stops all threads associated with this core. For more information on the Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology, see the product page.
To enable the last option, check the Independent Thread Run Control box in the Debug Configurations dialog box when launching or configuring the debugger.

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