The MEMDB command returns a formatted display of a data block (DB) beginning at the specified memory address.
- Positions to the DB. Nothing is displayed unless there is a problem.
- /S /M /L /H /X /C /Z
- The options used to specify the format of the DB display. For detailed information about these display options, see DB.
- Attempts to format and display the segment as a DB even if the segment is not a DB.
- The memory address at which to begin the DB display.
- Specifies that Filer should use the most recently saved value for memadd r.
- This option cannot be used unless an input value has already been defined for memaddr . For more information, see Stored Input Values.
The MEMDB command is similar to the DB command. See DB.
MEMDB reports an error if the segment is not a DB. However, if you specify FORCE, Filer tries to display the memory block as a data block.
MEMDB might access obsolete copies of segments, so the displays might not be current. In addition, sometimes segments are inaccessible from the System Debugger when run against a dump. Segments that are inaccessible within the debugger are also inaccessible within Filer.