Displays the virtual memory regions associated with
PID. vmmap displays the starting address, region size, read/write permissions for the page, sharing mode for the page, and the page purpose. This can be useful information for programmers especially, who often need to understand the memory allocation of a given process.
Print information about all shared system split libraries, even if they have not been loaded.
Display the difference between two snapshots taken
seconds seconds apart.
Print regions in address order, instead of grouping writable and non-writable regions.
Print sizes in pages, not kilobytes.
Show resident memory as well as virtual.
Print information about submaps.
Display wide output.