On Tue, 25 Mar 2003 09:36:05 -0500 (EST),
Hua Qin <qinhua@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>I have to go back to "bp" and "bpa".
>You said "bp" and "bpa" are same. Meaning the current "bp" is a global
>breakpoint for all cpus?
>I did some tests, set a break point on cpu 4 by using "bp", then "go".
>later, when the break point were hit, it was on cpu 3.
>Is that correct way for "bp"?
Yes. bp uses software breakpoints, changing the code. There is only
one copy of the code which can be executed on any cpu.