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FS_MEMDUMP(1)		     AFS Command Reference		 FS_MEMDUMP(1)

NAME
       fs_memdump - Dump AFS cache state and memory allocations	[Windows only]

SYNOPSIS
       fs memdump [-begin|-end]

DESCRIPTION
       This command dumps the state of AFS cache manager objects and
       statistics.  If a checked build of the C	run-time library is in use,
       memory allocations will also be included.

CAUTIONS
       This command is only available on Windows.

OPTIONS
       (One of either -begin or	-end must be specified.)

       -begin
	   Set a memory	checkpoint.

       -end
	   Create a dump-file containing information about memory allocation
	   that	has taken place	since the -begin command was issued.

OUTPUT
       If successful, the output of this command (for -begin or	-end) will be:

	  AFS memdump created

       If unsuccessful:

	  AFS memdump failed

EXAMPLES
       The following command starts a memory allocation	dump:

	  % fs memdump -begin

       The following command ends it:

	  % fs memdump -end

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED
       The issuer must be have AFS Client Administrator	access to issue	this
       command.

COPYRIGHT
       This document was written by Mike Robinson, and is released under the
       IBM Public License Version 1.0.

OpenAFS				  2016-12-14			 FS_MEMDUMP(1)

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