This command displays a list of running processors, threads, and user space processes as applicable. It shows the number (a unique number assigned by the debugger), OS ID (pid), OS Parent ID, kind, OS state, current state, and related stack frame including the function names and source line number.
The available options for
depend on the connected target.
The following filters are available on all connections:
Displays processors, threads, and user space processes.
The following filters are only available on Linux kernel connections:
Displays processors. This is the default.
Displays user space processes.