info processes

This command displays a list of running threads and user space processes as applicable. It shows the ID, current state, and related stack frame including the function names and source line numbers.

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info processes [-f filter_name]

Where:

filter_name

The available options for filter_name depend on the connected target.

The following filters are available on all connections:

all

Displays threads and user space processes.

The following filters are only available on Linux kernel connections:

processes

Displays user space processes. This is the default.

threads

Displays threads.

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Example 57. info processes

info processes                     # Display all user space processes
info processes -f threads          # Display threads on a Linux kernel connection

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