PMAPSection: Linux User's Manual (1)
Updated: June 1, 2010
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NAMEpmap - report memory map of a process
pmap [ -x | -d ] [ -q ] pids... pmap -V
DESCRIPTIONThe pmap command reports the memory map of a process or processes.
|-x||extended||Show the extended format.|
|-d||device||Show the device format.|
|-q||quiet||Do not display some header/footer lines.|
|-V||show version||Displays version of program.|
EXTENDED AND DEVICE FORMAT FIELDS
|Address:||start address of map|
|Kbytes:||size of map in kilobytes|
|RSS:||resident set size in kilobytes|
|Dirty:||dirty pages (both shared and private) in kilobytes|
|Mode:||permissions on map: read, write, execute, shared, private (copy on write)|
|Mapping:||file backing the map, or '[ anon ]' for allocated memory, or '[ stack ]' for the program stack|
|Offset:||offset into the file|
|Device:||device name (major:minor)|
SEE ALSOps(1) pgrep(1)
STANDARDSNo standards apply, but pmap looks an awful lot like a SunOS command.
AUTHORAlbert Cahalan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote pmap in 2002, and is the current maintainer of the procps collection. Please send bug reports to <email@example.com>.
- GENERAL OPTIONS
- EXTENDED AND DEVICE FORMAT FIELDS
- SEE ALSO
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