TotalView Online Help : Chapter 2 Process Window : Thread Menu Commands : Thread > Run To
Thread > Run To
Tells TotalView that it should let the thread run until it reaches the selected source line or instruction in the Source Pane. Other threads do not run freely while this action is occurring.
Contrast the action performed by this command with the process and group versions.
The process version runs all threads in the process.
The group version runs all processes in the control group containing the thread of interest.
NOTE >> These features are supported when your compiler used sprocs; for example, the MIPSpro OpenMP compiler.
NOTE >> Be careful to distinguish between this command and Run To. The difference is that “Run To” requires you to select a target line. “Out” either takes you out of the current routine or to a selected target routine.
For more information on processes and threads and their behavior while being stepped, see “Group, Process, and Thread Control” in the “TotalView Users Guide”.
related topics
Executing to a Selected Line
Group > Run To Command
Process > Run To Command
duntil Command
dfocus Command