1.3.99 mmu memory-map

Prints the memory map.

Syntax

mmu memory-map [memory-map] [param1=value1]...

Where:

memory-map

Specifies the memory map to print. If you do not specify a memory map, then the command prints the most relevant memory map.

param1=value1

Specifies a parameter and its value to govern the interpretation of the memory map. If you do not specify a required parameter, then it is determined from the current target state.

Example 1-102 Examples

mmu memory-map PL1S_S1 S_TTBR1=0x80000404A
Virtual Range         | Physical Range        | Type   | AP | C     | S    | X
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0x00000000-0x00007FFF | <unmapped>
0x00008000-0x00008FFF | 0x8DC4B000-0x8DC4BFFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x00009000-0x00009FFF | 0x8DC4D000-0x8DC4DFFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x0000A000-0x0000AFFF | 0x8DC69000-0x8DC69FFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x0000B000-0x0000BFFF | 0x8DC6B000-0x8DC6BFFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x0000C000-0x0000CFFF | 0x8DE2B000-0x8DE2BFFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x0000D000-0x0000DFFF | 0x8DC9E000-0x8DC9EFFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
0x0000E000-0x0000EFFF | 0x80EB0000-0x80EB0FFF | Normal | RO | True  | True | True
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