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3.2.2 Monitor Buffer

The monitor buffer displays all processes that the debugger knows about, line-by-line. This includes all processes that have run interpreted code, and all that are stopped in breakpoints. The current status of each process is shown – running, at breakpoint, or exited. You can attach to a debugged process by pressing RET on its summary line.

Popup an attach buffer for a process.
Hide the Monitor buffer and restore Emacs' window configuration to the way it was before.
Kill the monitor. This disconnects Emacs from the Erlang node's debugging state and deletes all the local debugging state (e.g. breakpoints in buffers.) The next debugger command will automatically re-attach the monitor.