Unix Tip #4523- July 30, 2013


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CHECKING PROCESS MEMORY


Pmap is a tool that prints
out a maaping of process
memory. It can be found at:

/usr/proc/bin/pmap

It is available in Solaris 2.4
ownwards.

Usage is:

/usr/proc/bin/pmap -x 3456

Where 3456 is the process id.

This prints outs the memory
usage associated with the
process id.

This tip generously supported by: ashutosh.varshney@st.com

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