utility to dump memory contents to standard output
Program which dumps system memory to the standard output stream, skipping over
holes in memory maps. By default, the program dumps the contents of physical
memdump - memory dumper for UNIX-like systems.
What can you expect to find in a system memory dump? Bits from the
operating system, from running processes, and from every file and
directory that has been accessed recently. Depending on the operating
system you may even find some information from deleted files and
exited processes, although that information tends to be short-lived.
To dump physic
memdump - memory dumper
memdump [-kv] [-b buffer_size] [-d dump_size] [-m map_file]
This program dumps system memory to the standard output
stream, skipping over holes in memory maps. By default, the
program dumps the contents of phy
memdump (1.01-6) unstable; urgency=low
* Updating package to standards version 3.8.2.
* Adding lintian overrides.
* Using correct rfc-2822 date formats in changelog.
* Adding patch from Barry deFreese <email@example.com> to fix FTBFS
on Debian GNU/Hurd (Closes: #532390).
-- Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 09 Jul 2009 12:13:25 +0200
memdump (1.01-5) unstable; urgency=low
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