10.4.18. Claim Tag Set Register

The DBGCLAIMSET characteristics are:


Used by software to set CLAIM bits to 1.

Usage constraints

Use in conjunction with the DBGCLAIMLR register. See Table 10.21.


Available in all configurations.


See the register summary in Table 10.1.

Figure 10.21 shows the DBGCLAIMSET bit assignments.

Figure 10.21. DBGCLAIMSET bit assignments

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Table 10.20 shows the DBGCLAIMSET bit assignments.

Table 10.20. DBGCLAIMSET bit assignments




CLAIM bits. Writing a 1 to one of these bits sets the corresponding CLAIM bit to 1. A single write operation can set multiple bits to 1. The CLAIM bits do not have any specific functionality. ARM expects the usage model to be that an external debugger and a debug monitor can set specific bits to 1 to claim the corresponding debug resources.

This field is RAO.

See Claim Tag Clear Register for information on how to:

  • Clear CLAIM bits to 0.

  • Read the current values of the CLAIM bits.

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