The pmap command in Linux is used to display the memory map of a process

Step1. Display the memory map in an extended format

pmap -x  621

Step2. Display the full path to the files

pmap -p 621

Step3. Display the device format

pmap -d  621

Step4. displaying the report of the memory map

pmap -q -d 9466

Step5. Display everything the kernel provides

pmap -xx [PID]

Step6. Create a new configuration

pmap -n

Step7. Read the default configuration

pmap -c [PID]

Step8. Display help text

pmap -h

Step9. display the version information

pmap -v

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