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DDB(9)                     Kernel Developer's Manual                    DDB(9)

     ddb - in-kernel debugger

     #include <ddb/ddb.h>

     db_register_tbl(uint8_t type, const struct db_command *commands);

     db_unregister_tbl(uint8_t type, const struct db_command *commands);

     (*pf)(db_expr_t addr, bool have_addr, db_expr_t count,
         const char *modif);

     DDB_ADD_CMD(const char *name,
         void (*pf)(db_expr_t, bool, db_expr_t, const char *), uint16_t flags,
         const char *cmd_descr, const char *cmd_arg, const char *arg_desc);

     Devices and kernel modules can add new commands to the ddb(4) in-kernel
     debugger with db_register_tbl() and remove previously added commands with
     db_unregister_tbl() respectively.

     The type argument is one of:

           DDB_BASE_CMD  top-level commands;

           DDB_MACH_CMD  sub-commands of the top-level mach command;

           DDB_SHOW_CMD  sub-commands of the top-level show command.

     The commands argument is an array of struct db_command entries.  The
     initializer list for the array should use the DDB_ADD_CMD() macro for its
     entries.  The name argument is the name of the debugger command.  An
     entry with NULL name terminates the array.

     The pf argument is the function that implements the command.  The
     debugger's REPL parses the usual command format documented in ddb(4) and
     invokes the implementation with the values obtained.

     The flags argument is a bitwise OR of the following values:

           CS_MORE       The command takes the usual arguments but may
                         additionally parse the remainder of its command line.

           CS_NOREPEAT   The command should not be automatically repeated by
                         the REPL when the user enters an empty command after

           CS_OWN        The command doesn't follow the normal ddb(4)
                         conventions and parses its command line itself.  The
                         REPL doesn't try to parse the command line.  The
                         values passed to its implementation are dummies.

           CS_SET_DOT    The command sets the dot.

     The remaining parameters are strings that provide documentation for the
     command and its arguments.  That documentation is available to the user
     via the help command if the kernel was compiled with the DDB_VERBOSE_HELP


NetBSD 9.99                    October 30, 2020                    NetBSD 9.99