AMC-OS includes a debugger which can be called anytime. If kernel is compiled in DEBUG mode, the debugger will be automatically trigger if an exception occurs. The debugger is also called Faults Manager for this reason.
As soon as main system is ready (ie. Faults Manager is loaded in memory and active), just hit
ALT+F10 to switch to integrated debugger.
Before Faults Manager is ready, debug is done using AMC-OS
DEBUG macros, and
Using faults manager
You may use the function keys to switch to the different debugging windows. Typically use the TAB, UP and DOWN keys in the different windows to navigate through the functions.
|F6||Main debugging screen||Display the exception that just occured, faultive application, and register contents|
|F7||CPU information||Display extensive register contents, user and system stacks|
|F8||Physical memory dump||
Display physical memory contents. You can navigate with different keys to up/down current address :
|F9||Tasks||Display applications, processes and threads information|