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MPE_Signals_call_debugger(4)	      MPE	  MPE_Signals_call_debugger(4)

NAME
       MPE_Signals_call_debugger -  Process-killing signals invoke the MPE er-
       ror handler

SYNOPSIS
       void MPE_Signals_call_debugger()

NOTES
       This invokes the	MPE error handler which	prints some information	 about
       the  signal and then attempts to	start the debugger.  Some systems will
       not support calling the debugger.

       You may need to ignore some signals, depending on the signals that  the
       MPICH  and underlying communications code is using.  You	can do this in
       dbx by adding "'ignore signal-name'" to your .dbxinit file.  For	 exam-
       ple, to ignore 'SIGUSR1', use "'ignore USR1'".

       Currently, there	is no Fortran interface	for this routine.

LOCATION
				   3/11/2008	  MPE_Signals_call_debugger(4)

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