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CVXHANG(1)							    CVXHANG(1)


NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     cvxhang - create a	process	in a hung state	and inform requestor's window

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     cvxhang [-signal hostname window] [-nonX pid] [-name target_name] target
     [args]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     cvxhang is	used by	the WorkShop Debugger and Performance tools to
     instantiate the target process with its optional args and leave it
     waiting just before executing its first instruction.  A debugger, or any
     other tool, may then attach to the	process	and take control of its
     execution.

     If	the -signal argument is	given, once the	process	is created, cvxhang
     informs the window	of the WorkShop	Debugger requesting the	creation, as
     given by the optional hostname and	window on the command line, of the
     target process' PID.

     If	the optional -nonX argument is given, the process whose	pid is
     supplied will be sent SIGUSR1, and	can determine that the target is ready
     to	be attached.

     If	the optional -name argument is given, argv[0] for the target process
     will be set to target_name.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

      
      
     cvhang(1),	cvd(1)


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