Provided by: heaptrack_1.3.0-1ubuntu1_amd64 bug


       heaptrack - heap memory profiler for linux, command line utility


       heaptrack [--debug|-d] DEBUGGEE [ARGUMENT]...
       heaptrack [--debug|-d] -p PID


       A  heap  memory  usage  profiler. It uses LD_PRELOAD to track all calls to the core memory
       allocation functions and logs these occurrances. Additionally, backtraces are obtained and
       logged.  Combined this can give interesting answers to questions such as:

              *  How  much  heap  memory  is  my application using?  * Where is heap memory being
              allocated, and how often?   *  How  much  space  are  heap  individual  allocations

       To evaluate the generated heaptrack data, use heaptrack_print or heaptrack_gui.

   Mandatory arguments to heaptrack:
              The  name  or path to the application that should be run with heaptrack analyzation

   Alternatively, to attach to a running process:
       -p, --pid PID
              The process ID of a running process into which heaptrack  will  be  injected.  This
              only works with applications that already link against libdl.

   Optional arguments to heaptrack:
       -d, --debug
              Run the debuggee in GDB and heaptrack.

              Any number of arguments that will be passed verbatim to the debuggee.

       -h, --help
              Show this help message and exit.

       -v, --version
              Displays version information.


       The  full  documentation for heaptrack is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       heaptrack programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info heaptrack

       should give you access to the complete manual.