Address Space Summary within gdb?

Andreas Schwab
Fri Jun 11 11:37:00 GMT 2004

"Andreas Borchert" <> writes:

> On Fri, Jun 11, 2004 at 12:13:57PM +0200, Andreas Schwab wrote:
>> "Andreas Borchert" <> writes:
>> > I am looking for a gdb command that provides a summary about the virtual
>> > address space of the process being debugged.  Unfortunately, I was unable
>> > to find anything in the documentation.
>> >
>> > I am hoping for something similar to the output of pmap(1) or something
>> > equivalent to the ``$m'' command of adb.
>> (gdb) help info proc 
>> Show /proc process information about any running process.
>> Specify any process id, or use the program being debugged by default.
>> Specify any of the following keywords for detailed info:
>>   mappings -- list of mapped memory regions.
>>   stat     -- list a bunch of random process info.
>>   status   -- list a different bunch of random process info.
>>   all      -- list all available /proc info.
> Thanks. However, these commands are not supported for no longer
> running processes, i.e. if just a core is left.

Try info target.


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