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    Re: [Robbie] How to start parallel debug session using SLURM

    Hi Robbie,

    Still managed by srun, as far as I know.
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    Re: [Robbie] How to start parallel debug session using SLURM

    Robbie,

    You may want to uncomment the last 3 lines of lib/kill_support.tvd .

    Also, we train our users to make a practice of following a TV session
    with "squeue -u $USER" and if necessary,...
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    Re: [Robbie] How to start parallel debug session using SLURM

    Robbie,

    Do you have coreutils installed?

    <pre>
    tla0{mwolfe}44: which dirname
    /usr/bin/dirname
    tla0{mwolfe}45: rpm -qf /usr/bin/dirname
    coreutils-5.2.1-31.2
    tla0{mwolfe}46: rpm -qa |...
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    Re: [Robbie] How to start parallel debug session using SLURM

    Robbie,

    Include the following lines in either your global or your local .tvdrc file:

    <pre>
    # Set Local Preferences
    # Root window File > Preferences...
    # Bulk Launch page
    # ...
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    Re: [Robbie] How to start parallel debug session using SLURM

    Robbie,

    An alternative is to use srun to bulk launch the tvdsvr's.
    What TV platform do you have SLURM on, linux-x86?
    I can give you bulk launch strings to place in either your
    global or...
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    Re: [dbehman] Help viewing raw memory

    Dan,

    You'll need at least TV 7.3 for this feature:

    TV 7.3.0-0 FCS, June, 2006
    New Features
    Memory Dump
    . New "Examine Format" and "Block Status" commands within the...
  7. "Warning: X locale modifiers not supported, using default"

    On AIX, when I start up the visualizer, I see in stdout:
    Warning: X locale modifiers not supported, using default

    Is this harmless?

    What functionality am I missing?

    What can I do to...
  8. Does Linux x86 TV 8 support PathScale EKO Fortran 2.4?

    Does TV 8 debug an _f90_ code built with PathScale EKO Fortran 2.4 on Linux x86?
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    Re: [Josh-Etnus] Source code for loaded dynamic libraries

    IIRC, on Solaris, some of the debugging info, specifically some directory
    hints, are kept in the .o files, and the executable refers to them.

    Are the .so's .o file directories on the search...
  10. Do you wish you could sort variables in the Stack Frame pane?

    N/A
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