Parent topic: Intel® JTAG Debugger User and Reference Guide BATCH Execute a batch file. BLOCK COMPARE Compare parts of the memory. BLOCK COPY Copy parts of the memory. BREAK Terminate the current WHILE loop within a batch file. CLOSE LOGFILE Stop writing into a logfile. CLOSE PROTFILE Stop writing into a protocol file. CONTINUE Skip the remaining part of a WHILE loop within a batch file. DEFINE BUTTON Create a new user-defined button in the user toolbar. DEFINE MACRO Create a macro. DELETE BREAKPOINT Delete a code breakpoint. DELETE BUTTON Delete a user-defined button. DELETE DEBUG Delete debug information. DELETE DIRECTORY Delete a directory from the list of directories in the search path. DELETE EVALUATE Remove an expression from the list of evaluated expressions. DELETE MACRO Delete a macro and its associated button. DELETE WATCHPOINT Delete a data breakpoint. DISABLE BREAKPOINT Deactivate a code breakpoint. DISABLE EVALUATE Disable an expression on the list of evaluated expressions. DISABLE WATCHPOINT Deactivate a data breakpoint. DTA "READ SVEN DATA" Saves SVEN event data into a file. EFI "LOAD" Load debug info for the given module. EFI "LOADTHIS" Load debug info for the given address. EFI "SETFLASHRANGE" Set the address range that will be interpreted as flash. EFI "SETFLASHSEARCHALIGN" Set the alignment used for flash search. EFI "SETFLASHSEARCHSIZE" Set the maximum module size for flash search. EFI "SETMEMORYSEARCHALIGN" Set the alignment used for memory search. EFI "SETMEMORYSEARCHSIZE" Set the maximum module size for memory search. EFI "SETSEARCHRANGE" Set EFI system table search range. EFI "SETSWMODE" Sets the software mode of the debugger. EFI "SETSYSTAB" Set the EFI system table base address. EFI "SHOWCONFIG" Display a list of available debugger modes. EFI "SHOWFLASHMODULES" Display all loaded flash modules. EFI "SHOWMODULES" Display all loaded EFI modules. EFI "SHOWSYSTAB" Scan for the system table. ENABLE BREAKPOINT Reactivate an inactive code breakpoint. ENABLE EVALUATE Reactivate the evaluation of a disabled expression ENABLE WATCHPOINT Reactivate an inactive data breakpoint. EVALUATE Display the value of an expression. EXECUTE Execute a command within a batch file. EXIT Finish the debug session or terminate execution of a batch file. FLASHW "ABORT CURRENT ACTION" Abort current flash writing action. FLASHW "GET ADDRESS" Get the address of the EAPI helper function. FLASHW "SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS" Save the current board and flash settings. FLASHW "UPDATE BOARDS DATA" Update boards data . FLASHW "UPDATE CURRENT BOARD DATA" Update current board data in the Flash Memory Tool dialog box. FLASHW "WRITE CURRENT SETTINGS" Write the current board and flash settings. GOTO Continue the command execution at a specific line within a batchfile. HELP Open the online documentation IA32CPU "DISPLAY GDT" Display the Global Descriptor Table list in the GDT Display window. IA32CPU "DISPLAY IDT" Display the Interrupt Descriptor Table list in the IDT Display window. IA32CPU "DISPLAY LDT" Display the Local Descriptor Table list in the LDT Display window. IA32CPU "DISPLAY PAGETRANSLATION" Displays the Address Translation dialog box. IA32CPU "DISPLAY PDIR" Fill/update the Page Directory list shown in the Page Directory window. IA32CPU "DISPLAY TABLE" Display the Page Table list displayed in the Page Table window. IA32CPU "ERASE" Closes a specified window. IA32CPU "SET MODE" Specify addressing mode. IA32CPU "WRITE GDT DESC" Write a segment descriptor into the Global Descriptor Table. IA32CPU "WRITE IDT DESC" Write a segment descriptor into the Interrupt Descriptor Table. IA32CPU "WRITE LDT DESC" Write a segment descriptor into the Local Descriptor Table. IA32CPU "WRITE MEMORY" Write data into memory. IA32CPU "WRITE PAGEDIR ENTRY" Write a page directory entry into memory. IA32CPU "WRITE PAGETABLE ENTRY" Writes a page table entry into memory. IF Specify a condition within a batchfile. ITRACE "DISABLE" Disable instruction tracing. ITRACE "ENABLE" Enable instruction tracing. ITRACE "PRINT" Display instruction trace information. ITRACE "UPDATE" Update the instruction trace. ITRACE "USE METHOD" Switch between tracing methods. LABEL Label a line within a batch file. LOAD Load parts of a symbol file into the debugger or into the target memory. MESSAGE Create a dialog box which displays a message string and prompts the user for input. NEXT Continue program execution. OS "GETCR3" Search and display the associated CR3 value for a given thread managed by the Linux* OS kernel. OS "GETPID" Search and display the process ID of a given thread managed by the Linux* OS kernel. OS "PRINT MODULES" Display Linux* OS kernel modules information. OS "PRINT PROCMAPS" Print Linux* OS process address space layout information for the selected thread. OS "PRINT THREADS" Display tasks/threads managed by the Linux* OS kernel. OS "RESET" Manually trigger all actions executed on a target reset. OS "SELECT THREAD" Select the Linux* OS kernel thread with the given PID. OS "WATCHLIST ADD" Add a kernel module to the watchlist. OS "WATCHLIST MODIFY" Modify the watchlist entry for a kernel module. OS "WATCHLIST REMOVE" Remove kernel modules from the watchlist. PCI "CONFIG DISPLAY" Change the display settings for a register value. PCI "SCAN" Scans for PCI devices on a specific bus or bus range on the platform. PCI "SET EXT_REGISTER" Change the content of a register in an extended PCI configuration area. PCI "SET REGISTER" Change the content of a register. PCI "SHOW EXT_REGISTERS" Show a hex-dump for the registers of an extended configuration area of a PCI device with the current settings. PCI "SHOW REGISTERS" Show a hex-dump for the registers of a PCI device with the current settings. PRINT Display an expression or a string in the Console window. RESTART Restart the target system. RUN Execute the program on the target. RUN UNTIL Execute the program until a specific location. SEARCH MEMORY Search the memory for an expression value. SET BREAKPOINT Set a code breakpoint. SET CPU Set CPU type of the target. SET DIRECTORY Add a directory to the list of search paths for source files. SET EVALUATE Display the value of an expression. SET HWTHREAD Set the active hardware thread on the target system. SET LANGUAGE Toggle language mode. SET LOGFILE Open a logfile. SET OPTION Set global debugger flags. SET PORT Write a value to the processor I/O port. SET PROTFILE Switch on the protocol mechanism for all windows. SET REGISTER Set a hardware register to a specific value. SET SCOPE Set the current visibility of symbols and types. SET VALUE Assign a specific value to an expression. SET WATCHPOINT Set a data breakpoint. SHOW ACTIVE Display all active variables of the debuggee. SHOW BREAKPOINT Display code breakpoint parameters. SHOW BUTTON Display current mappings of a user-defined button. SHOW CALLS Display called procedures. SHOW CPU Display the currently active CPU of the target system. SHOW DBVAR Display debugger variables. SHOW DEBUG Display the list of modules and the debug ID. SHOW DECLARATOR Display the type definition of an expression. SHOW DIRECTORY Display alternative search directories for source files. SHOW EVALUATE Display all currently evaluated expressions. SHOW HWTHREAD Display the currently active hardware thread of the target system. SHOW HWTHREADS Displays information of all hardware threads on the target system. SHOW INFO Display type names of the internal symbol table. SHOW LANGUAGE Display the current language. SHOW LEVEL Display the static nesting level of the current position. SHOW LOGFILE Display the name and directory of a logfile. SHOW MACRO Display a macro and its replacement text. SHOW MEMORY Display memory content. SHOW OPTION Display the current set of debugger options. SHOW PORT Read information from the processor I/O port. SHOW PROTFILE Display protocol files. SHOW REGISTER Display a register value. SHOW SCOPE Display the current visibility of symbols and types. SHOW SOURCE Display the currently active module. SHOW SYMBOL Evaluate an expression. SHOW TYPE Display type definitions. SHOW VERSION Display the debugger version number. SHOW WATCHPOINT Display data breakpoints parameters. SPAWN Execute a specific command and pass optional arguments to it. STATUS Issue an asynchronous update of windows. STEP Execute the next line of code from the loaded program. STOP Stop the program on the target. UPLOAD Load memory from the target to the host. WHILE Execute a command list as long as the result of a specific expression is true.