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breakall

Display or change whether all target processors start and stop together in a multiprocessor system.

Syntax

breakall [= bool-cond]

Where:

bool-cond

specifies a number of an expression that must evaluate to true (non-zero) or false (zero).

Discussion

Use the breakall control variable to control whether all target processors in a multiprocessor system start and stop together. The default setting for breakall is true. Entering the control variable without an option displays the current setting.  

If breakall is set to false, each processor in a multiprocessor system can be controlled independently of the others. A viewpoint override or the current viewpoint in which the go command is used determines which processor is run.

If breakall is true, all processors in a multiprocessor system start when a go operation is executed.

Example 1

Command input:

breakall           // display the current setting

Result:

true

Example 2

Command input:

breakall=false
go                 // only viewpoint processor is run

Example 3

Command input:

breakall=false
[p0]go             // P0 processor override used to run only P0 processor

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