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Old 01-08-2010
pmap -d ldap-process-id

Hi All,

Is the command above dangerous to run on the ldap environment?

Thanks for any comments you may add.
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Old 01-08-2010
Running:
Code:
$ man pmap

Will give you a manual page on the pmap command, this page:
Manpage of PMAP
says: "pmap(1) displays information about a process's memory mappings" so it only displays information, it does not change it.

The line you give implies that you have already run something like:
Code:
$ ps -ef | grep ldap

to get the process ID (PID) number of the LDAP process you are interested in and put that number in place of ldap-process-id when running the pmap command.
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