In this TotalView tutorial, we introduce you to action points. Action points specify an action to perform when a thread or press reaches a location in the source code or machine instruction in your program. The video covers four types...
Evaluation points execute code fragments at specified locations. Evaluation of these code fragments happens in the context of the target program.
Barrier points synchronize a set of processes or threads to a specific location in time.
Watchpoints monitor a location in memory and stops execution when that location changes value.
See how to control the execution of breakpoints, one of 4 action points available in TotalView.