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Solaris Modular Debugger Guide
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Appendix C

Transition From adb and kadb

The transition from using the legacy adb(1) utility to using mdb(1) is relatively simple: MDB provides evolutionary compatibility for the adb syntax, built-in commands, and command-line options. MDB attempts to provide compatibility for all existing adb(1) features, but it is not bug-for-bug compatible with adb(1). This appendix briefly discusses several features of adb(1) that are not precisely emulated by mdb(1) in order to guide users to the new functionality

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