1.3.64 info memory-parameters

Displays the memory parameters applicable to an address space.

Syntax

info memory-parameters
info mem-params

When using the debugger to interact with target memory, you can specify the memory address using an expression. The debugger also allows other aspects of the memory operation to be controlled using extra parameters within the expression. Different address spaces support different parameters. You can use the info memory‑parameters command to discover the parameters applicable to an address space.

The syntax for memory address expression is:

ADDRESS_SPACE_NAME<param_a=1,param_b=2,...>:address.

If no ADDRESS_SPACE_NAME is specified then it defaults to the current virtual address space.

An example set command with a memory address expression is:

set *((int*)P<verify=0>:0x8000)=0x1234.

This writes an integer, 0x1234, to a specified physical address, 0x8000, but does not verify the write.

Example 1-67 Examples

info mem-params
Address Space | Parameter | Description
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N:            | width     | Specifies the access width used to perform the access, note that this independent from the total amount of data read.
              | verify    | Controls whether or not a write operation must verify the value written by reading the value back and comparing it to the value written.
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NP:           | width     | Specifies the access width used to perform the access, note that this independent from the total amount of data read.
              | verify    | Controls whether or not a write operation must verify the value written by reading the value back and comparing it to the value written.
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S:            | width     | Specifies the access width used to perform the access, note that this independent from the total amount of data read.
              | verify    | Controls whether or not a write operation must verify the value written by reading the value back and comparing it to the value written.
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SP:           | width     | Specifies the access width used to perform the access, note that this independent from the total amount of data read.
              | verify    | Controls whether or not a write operation must verify the value written by reading the value back and comparing it to the value written.
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