pmap man page

pmap — report memory map of a process

Synopsis

pmap [options] pid [...]

Description

The pmap command reports the memory map of a process or processes.

Options

-x, --extended

Show the extended format.

-d, --device

Show the device format.

-q, --quiet

Do not display some header or footer lines.

-A, --range low,high

Limit results to the given range to low and high address range.  Notice that the low and high arguments are single string separated with comma.

-X

Show even more details than the -x option. WARNING: format changes according to /proc/PID/smaps

-XX

Show everything the kernel provides

-p, --show-path

Show full path to files in the mapping column

-c, --read-rc

Read the default configuration

-C, --read-rc-from file

Read the configuration from file

-n, --create-rc

Create new default configuration

-N, --create-rc-to file

Create new configuration to file

-h, --help

Display help text and exit.

-V, --version

Display version information and exit.

Exit Status

0

Success.

1

Failure.

42

Did not find all processes asked for.

See Also

ps(1), pgrep(1)

Standards

No standards apply, but pmap looks an awful lot like a SunOS command.

Reporting Bugs

Please send bug reports to procps@freelists.org

Referenced By

dstat(1), proc(5), smem(8).

September 2012 procps-ng User Commands