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MEMSTOMP(1)									      MEMSTOMP(1)

       memstomp - detect function calls with overlapping memory regions

       memstomp [-dk] application [argument...]

       memstomp -h

       The memstomp utility identifies function calls that use overlapping memory regions in sit-
       uations when such an overlap is not allowed  by	various  standards.  When  a  problem  is
       detected,  memstomp  displays  a  backtrace to help you debug the problem, and if executed
       with the --debug-info command line option, it even uses the available  debugging  informa-
       tion.  Since  the  backtrace  code is not thread safe, memstomp also allows you to use the
       --kill option to immediately terminate the analyzed program when an invalid function  call
       is detected.

       This  version of memstomp inspects the following function calls: memcpy(), memccpy(), mem-
       pcpy(), strcpy(), stpcpy(), strncpy(), stpncpy(), strcat(),  strncat(),	wmemcpy(),  wmem-
       pcpy(), wcscpy(), wcsncpy(), wcscat(), and wcsncat().

       -d, --debug-info
	      Make use of debugging information to produce more detailed stack traces.

       -k, --kill
	      Kill the analyzed application when a problem is detected.

       -h, --help
	      Display usage information and exit.

       -q, --quiet
	      Be less verbose

       memcpy(3),  memccpy(3),	mempcpy(3),  strcpy(3),  stpcpy(3),  strncpy(3), stpncpy(3), str-
       cat(3), strncat(3), wmemcpy(3), wmempcpy(3), wcscpy(3), wcsncpy(3), wcscat(3), wcsncat(3)

       Lennart Poettering <lennart@poettering.net>
       William Cohen <wcohen@redhat.com>

0.1.4					  09 April 2013 			      MEMSTOMP(1)
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