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odump - Dumps selected parts of an object file
odump [-a c[m] f g[p] hi j[f|s] l[a|4|8] orstxz D[cghlmrst] FOPRV X[p|x]
This command works for object files and archives of object files. It
accepts one or more of the following options:
-a Dumps the archive header for each member of an archive file.
-c Dumps the string table (local and external strings).
-cm Dumps the contents of the .comment section.
-f Dumps the file header.
-g Dumps the global symbols from the symbol table of an archive file.
-gp Dumps gp range information.
-h Dumps section headers.
-i Dumps the symbolic information header.
-j Dumps compact relocations stored in the .comment section.
-jf In addition to dumping information associated with -j, dumps compact
relocations that are predicted and not stored.
-js Dumps brief statistics on the compact relocations stored in the
-l Dumps line numbers.
-lx Dumps the contents of a literal section; with x specifying the section
to dump, as follows:
-l4 Dumps the 4-byte literal section.
-l8 Dumps the 8-byte literal section.
-la Dumps the literal address section (.lita).
-o Dumps the optional header.
-r Dumps relocation information.
-s Dumps section contents.
-t Dumps symbol table entries. Indexed symbol table entries only can be
dumped by using the -t index and +t index options:
Dumps indexed symbol table entries in a range starting at the
specified entry (index) and ending at the last entry or the entry
specified by +t.
Dumps symbol table entries in a range starting at the first entry
or the entry specified by -t and ending at the entry specified by
-x Dumps the auxiliary symbol table.
Dumps line number entries for the specified function (name). A range of
line number entries can be dumped by using -z name,number and +z number
Dumps a range of line number entries starting at number for the
named function (name) and ending at the last line number or the
line number specified by +z.
Dumps line numbers for a specified range. The range starts at
either the name or number specified by -z. The range ends with the
number specified by +z.
The name and number specified by a -z modifier can be separated by
a blank instead of a comma.
-D Displays the .dynamic section for each file specified. This section
contains basic information describing where other sections related to
dynamic loading are located and the size of those sections. You can use
the following modifiers with the -D option:
-Dc Displays the .conflict section for each file specified. This
conflict table lists symbols whose normal definition is overridden
at run time.
-Dg Displays the .got section for each file specified. The GOT (global
offset table) contains the run-time addresses of each symbol
exported or imported by the shared object.
-Dh Displays the .hash section for each file specified. This hash table
contains entries for each name in the .dynsym section and is used
for fast lookup of symbols.
-Dl Displays the .liblist section for each file specified. This section
contains a list of the shared libraries needed by this object.
-Dm Displays the .msym section for each file specified. The msym table
contains entries corresponding to each symbol in the .dynsym
section. Each entry contains the symbol's hash value and an index
into the dynamic relocation table. The msym table is used to speed
up loader processing and reduce the dynamic memory allocated by the
-Dr Displays the dynamic relocation section (.rel.dyn) for each file
specified. Each relocation entry represents a reference to a
symbol in a shared library.
-Ds Displays the .dynstr section for each file specified. This section
contains strings referenced by other dynamic loading sections.
-Dt Displays the .dynsym section for each file specified. This is a
table of external symbols in a shared object.
-F Dumps the file descriptor table.
-O Dumps optimization symbols.
-P Dumps the procedure descriptor table.
-R Dumps the relative file descriptor table.
-V Displays the version of the odump command.
-Xp Dumps the exception procedure table.
-Xx Enhances the -Xp output to show scope table information for each entry.
The -Xx option must be used with the -Xp option.
The following modifiers (flag_modifiers) can be used with odump command
Dumps a section or a range of sections. The range starts either at the
first section or at number (if specified). The range ends at either
the last section or the section you specify with +d. This modifier can
be used with -r and -s.
Dumps sections in the range beginning with either the first section or
the section specified by -d. The range ends with either the last
section or the section specified by +d. This modifier can be used with
-r and -s.
Dumps information about only the specified name. You can use this
modifier with -h, -l, -r, and -s.
-p Does not display headers. The modifier can be used with all of the
-u Underlines the name of the file for emphasis. The modifier can be used
with all of the command options.
-v Dumps information symbolically rather than numerically (for example,
Static rather than 0X02). This modifier can be used with -a, -cm, -f,
-gp, -la, -o, -r, -t, -x, and -O.
Optionally, an option and its modifier can be separated by using blanks.
[Tru64 UNIX] The DEC C++ compiler encodes type information in function,
template, variable, and virtual table names to enable type-safe linkages.
This encoding is referred to as "name mangling". The following options can
be used with the -r, -t, and -P options to instruct the odump command to
print either the original name (that is, the demangled name), the mangled
name, or both names by specifying one of the following options. By
default, odump shows the demangled names only.
[Tru64 UNIX] Prints only the mangled name.
[Tru64 UNIX] Prints both the mangled and the demangled names.
The odump command tries to format information in a helpful way, displaying
information in character, hexadecimal, octal, or decimal, as appropriate.
The odump command dumps selected parts of each file that is specified. For
details on the object file parts presented in the odump output, see the
Assembly Language Programmer's Guide.
Files: a.out(4), ar(4)
Assembly Language Programmer's Guide
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