The genld command collects the list of all processes currently running on the system, and optionally reports the list of loaded objects corresponding to each process.
genld [ -l ]
For each process currently running, the genld command prints a report consisting of the process ID and name, optionally followed by the list of objects loaded for that process. The object's address and path name are displayed. For members of libraries, the pathname of the library is shown as a directory, with the name of the loaded member shown as a file in that directory; for example, as /usr/lib/libc.a/shr.o, where shr.o is a loaded member of libc.a.
Note: Only the root user and members of the security group are allowed to run this command with the -l flag.
This command is valid only on the POWER-based platform.
|-l||Reports the lists of loaded objects for each process running on the system.|
To obtain the list of loaded objects for each running process, enter:
The genkex command, genkld command.
Performance Monitoring and Tuning Commands and Subroutines in AIX 5L Version 5.1 Performance Management Guide.