>The use of PORT.STATUS using the "PID" option and "LAYER.STACK" (>PORT.STATUS 
>PID 123456 LAYER.STACK) 
> over and over again can show you what hex address in the program your process 
> is at.  I suggest calling this 
> 50 or 100 times in a row and inspecting the output.  Once you have the hex 
> addresses, use "VLIST" to figure 
> out what line in the program each address represents.

Does anyone have tips for doing the equivalent in Unidata (when you don't have 
source code, obviously)?  I end up using truss or strace to at least see which 
files are opened/written to, which can be instructive but really hard to follow.
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