I am debugging a program that dynamically loads some libraries on interest to me.
The one I am targeting is not demangled, and its source code does not appear in the source view.
Other libraries (possibly compiled with different options) show as expected.
That library shows a well tagged, demangled source code when run through objdump -S, so I am sure that library has all the information in some format.
Totalview seems not to understand it enough, but no special message is given when loading it:

Library <FullLibraryPath.so>, with 2 asects, was linked at 0x00000000, and initially loaded at 0xff0000009bbc3700
Mapping 723128 bytes of ELF string data from '<FullLibraryPath.so>'...done
Indexing 316148 bytes of DWARF '.eh_frame' symbols from '<FullLibraryPath.so>'...done
Skimming 15824509 bytes of DWARF '.debug_info' symbols from '<FullLibraryPath.so>'...done
I can set breakpoints using mangled symbols, but I still get a rich assembly code view.

So, in summary:
  • it loads the library
  • it loads the symbols
  • it does not demangle symbols
  • it does not show source code

Could you (or I) guess what type of problem TotalView has with the library?
I can't even guess what's wrong. Is there a symbol format TotalView is particularly happy with? maybe I can provide it.

Thank you for your attention.

Additional information:
Gentoo Linux 3.14
GNU compiler 4.8.2
TotalView 8.11
Compilation options: "-g" (no -O option!)