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Manual Reference Pages  -  LMDBG-SYSLEAKS (1)

NAME

lmdbg-sysleaks - extracts/skips the system memory leaks

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Examples
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

lmdbg-sysleaks [OPTIONS] [files...]

DESCRIPTION

lmdbg-sysleaks analyses lmdbg-sym’s output and prints (or supresses printing of) system memory leaks listed in the configuration file. Note that unlike lmdbg-leaks, lmdbg-sysleaks makes use of resolved symbols to sort out system functions, therefore it should be run after lmdbg-sym.

OPTIONS

-h Display the help message.
-V Display the lmdbg version.
-c Specify the configuration file.
-s Do not print system memory leaks, print the rest.

FILES

~/.lmdbg.conf or /usr/local/etc/lmdbg.conf
  default lmdbg configuration file

EXAMPLES



lmdbg-run -o log ./my_app &&
  lmdbg-leaks log > log_leaks &&
  lmdbg-sym -p log_leaks > log_leaks2 &&
  lmdbg-sysleaks -s log_leaks2 > log_final
lmdbg-sysleaks -c ~/.lmdbg.NetBSD.conf -s log_leaks2 > log_final



SEE ALSO

lmdbg(1) , lmdbg-run(1) , lmdbg-sym(1) , lmdbg-stat(1) , lmdbg-sort(1) , lmdbg-grep(1) , lmdbg-head(1) , lmdbg-leaks(1) , lmdbg-strip(1) , lmdbg-modules(1)

AUTHOR

Aleksey Cheusov <vle@gmx.net>
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LMDBG-SYSLEAKS (1) Sep 2, 2012

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