[Bug 26677] New: LLDB does not report Linux signal 35 (SIGRTMIN+1)

Bug ID 26677
Summary LLDB does not report Linux signal 35 (SIGRTMIN+1)
Product lldb
Version 3.8
Hardware PC
OS Linux
Status NEW
Severity normal
Priority P
Component All Bugs
Assignee lldb-dev@lists.llvm.org
Reporter eugenebi@hotmail.com
CC llvm-bugs@lists.llvm.org
Classification Unclassified

labath@google.com changed bug 26677

What | Removed | Added |

  • | - | - |
    Status | NEW | RESOLVED |
    CC | | labath@google.com |
    Resolution | — | WONTFIX |

Comment # 2 on bug 26677 from labath@google.com

We've made a decision to treat real time signals more like other non-critical
signals (e.g., SIGALRM and SIGCHLD) and not stop on them by default. The reason
for that was that debugging applications that use these signals a lot was quite
troublesome (unless you are debugging the actual signal-passing logic).

You can always enable the original behavior with the command "process handle
--stop true SIGWHATEVER". We may change it back if it turns out that this is
what most people want, but for now you will need to enable stopping manually,
if that's what you need.

Please reopen if you still can't get your program to stop after enabling the
said behavior.