Resumes execution of processes
-back | -b
(ReplayEngine only). Runs the nonheld process in the current focus backward until it hits some action point or the beginning of recorded Replay history. This option can be abbreviated to -‑b.
The dgo command resumes execution of all nonheld processes and threads in the current focus. If the process does not exist, this command creates it, passing it the default command arguments. These can be arguments passed into the CLI, or they can be the arguments set with the drerun command. If you are also using the TotalView GUI, you can set this value by using the Process > Startup Parameterscommand.
You cannot use a dgo command when you are debugging a core file, nor can you use it before the CLI loads an executable and starts executing it.
If you do not indicate a focus, the default focus is the process of interest (POI).
Command alias 
Resumes execution
{dfocus g dgo}
Resumes group
Resumes execution of all stopped threads that are not held and which belong to processes in the current focus. (Threads held at barriers are not affected.)
Resumes execution of all threads in the current control group.
f p g
Continues the current process. Only threads that are not held can run.
f g g
Continues all processes in the control group. Only processes and threads that are not held are allowed to run.
f gL g
Continues all threads in the share group that are at the same PC as the thread of interest(TOI).
f pL g
Continues all threads in the current process that are at the same PC as the TOI.
f t g
Continues a single thread.
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