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PMDump is a small command line tool that lets you dump the memory contents of a process to a file without stopping the process. It takes a process ID (PID) as an optional first argument, if supplied, and dumps the memory to a file that can be viewed in a text editor.
PMDump -t 8 -s PMDump.exe PROCESSID
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Get/Set process memory dump options (i.e., architecture, size, etc.):
This command displays basic usage information.
PMDump -i N -s PID
The option -i (initial) is an input option, which specifies the process to dump.
The option -s (size) is an input option, which specifies a memory dump size in kilobytes.
This command dumps the memory of the process specified by PID (process ID) to a file that can be viewed in a text editor.
Add to any process task manager – and the create a memory dump file that can be viewed in a text editor.
You can use a manual memory dump with the Task Manager and it will present the memory dump on the task manager as follows:
Memory Dump of PID X:
„xn” = process physical address where the byte is found.
„yn” = process virtual address where the byte is found.
This command is designed for a simple command line access. It takes a process ID (PID) as an optional first argument, if supplied, and dumps the memory to a file that can be viewed in a text editor. The memory dump file is created in the same directory as the app.exe. If the PID is not supplied the app.exe is dumped.
How to activate the PMDump command line option:
Although PMDump is installed as a’system service’ the 'factory default’ option with system services is not enabled. This means that the PMDump command line option will be available only if a process calls the PMDump function (PMDump.exe) from its command line. The only way a user can run PMDump is to add PMDump to their startup ’
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PMDump is a small tool that dumps a process’s memory to a file without stopping it.
It simply creates a file on the command line with the contents of the memory, and exits without displaying anything. This is the best tool that I could find for the job, and after some testing, I decided to release it as a public utility.
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PMDump can dump the memory contents of a process to a file (x86 only) and report the address and size of every allocation and freeing. It is named after the fact that it isn’t particularly useful and doesn’t do much other than what it says on the tin. It is very useful for developers who want to investigate what memory is being allocated and which memory is freeing, but are unable to stop the program to do so.
PMDump has a few options;
-i : the pid of the process you want to dump (for example the number at the end of a command like „ls”)
-k : This option takes a comma-separated list of memory ranges (as described here). This option is used to dump the memory content of a process, but not the registers. This is often used by kernel developers.
-m : This option takes a comma-separated list of memory ranges (as described here). This option is used to dump the memory content of a process, but not the registers. This is often used by kernel developers.
The following command line switches are currently recognized (due to the limited scope of this tool):
-v : Display the memory dump
-s : Size of every allocation
-a : Address of every allocation
-l : Size of every allocation
-n : Total number of allocations
-f : Number of freed blocks
PMDump detects a process and writes the memory out to a file if it has the process id (PID) as an argument. This works by creating a file named after the PID. This file will have a._pid in its name, and will contain the memory dump. The memory dump is written out to this file as a binary dump (the default) and should be
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