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# watch-thread_num.exp Test thread <thread_num> parameter for
# watch commands.
# This test verifies that a watchpoint is detected in the proper thread
# so the test is only meaningful on a system with hardware watchpoints.
# More specifically, the implementation of this test uses access
# watchpoints, so skip it when those are not available.
if {[skip_hw_watchpoint_access_tests]} {
return 0
standard_testfile .c
# What compiler are we using?
if [get_compiler_info] {
return -1
if {[gdb_compile_pthreads "${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug}] != "" } {
return -1
clean_restart ${binfile}
if { ![runto_main] } then {
gdb_test "watch shared_var thread 0" "Invalid thread ID: 0" "watchpoint on invalid thread"
gdb_test "watch shared_var thread" "A syntax error in expression, near `thread'\." "invalid watch syntax"
set bpexitline [gdb_get_line_number "all threads started"]
gdb_breakpoint "$bpexitline"
gdb_continue_to_breakpoint "all threads started"
gdb_test "break loop" "Breakpoint \[0-9\].*" \
"Set breakpoint at loop"
gdb_test "continue" ".*Breakpoint .*loop.*" "stopped in loop"
gdb_test_multiple "thread" "thread command" {
-re ".*Current thread is (\[0-9\]*).*$gdb_prompt $" {
pass "thread command"
set thread_num "$expect_out(1,string)"
# We use an access watchpoint rather than a write watchpoint, because
# GDB can drop the latter when multiple threads trigger events
# simultaneously, on targets with continuable watchpoints, such as
# x86. See PR breakpoints/10116.
gdb_test "awatch shared_var thread $thread_num" \
"Hardware access \\(read/write\\) watchpoint .*: shared_var.*" \
"watchpoint on shared variable"
gdb_test "info breakpoint \$bpnum" \
"stop only in thread $thread_num" \
"info breakpoint shows watchpoint is thread-specific"
# Uncomment to see additional information.
#gdb_test "set debug infrun 1"
for {set i 1} {$i <= 5} {incr i} {
set watchpoint "Watchpoint triggered iteration $i"
set check "Check thread that triggered iteration $i"
set test $watchpoint
set seen_watchpoint 0
gdb_test_multiple "continue" $test {
-re "Hardware access \\(read/write\\) watchpoint .*: shared_var" {
set seen_watchpoint 1
-re "$gdb_prompt " {
if { $seen_watchpoint } {
pass $test
} else {
fail $test
-re "\\\[infrun\\\] " {
# Avoid timeouts when debugging GDB.
gdb_test "thread" ".*Current thread is $thread_num .*" $check