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I have a big application with 1000's of files which uses Producer/Consumer problem and has a shared buffer.  I am just going crazy just to find out which actually is the shared buffer as there are so many jumps in the C++ code.

Is there any specific way that I can use  in gdb to debug the code to find out the actual "shared buffer" which is being produced and consumed.
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