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`set rstack_high_address ADDRESS'
On AMD 29000 family processors, registers are saved in a separate
"register stack". There is no way for GDB to determine the extent
of this stack. Normally, GDB just assumes that the stack is
"large enough". This may result in GDB referencing memory
locations that do not exist. If necessary, you can get around
this problem by specifying the ending address of the register
stack with the `set rstack_high_address' command. The argument
should be an address, which you probably want to precede with `0x'
to specify in hexadecimal.
Display the current limit of the register stack, on AMD 29000
Created Mon Nov 8 17:42:39 2004 on tillpc with info_to_html version 0.9.6.