If you have worked with Arm processors that are earlier than the Armv8-A, you may be aware of a mechanism called Vector Catch. Vector Catch allows a debugger to trap exceptions based on an address or exception match. Usually, a debugger will provide a way to enable and disable Vector Catch for each exception allowed. If Vector Catch is enabled for a certain exception, the debugger will typically halt when that exception occurs.
However, the Armv8-A architecture does not allow Vector Catch exceptions when the processor element (PE) is using an AArch64 translation regime. Also, Vector Catch has been deprecated in the architecture, so it may not appear in future Arm architecture versions.