The dump command uploads memory contents to the hostport

Command Format

dump [-B] [-h port] addr size [port]


-B dump in binary format. Default format is S-records
-h port redirect dump to port port
addr start address of memory area to be dumped
size size of area in bytes

Functional description

The dump command uploads memory contents to the host port in S-record format or in raw binary format. The binary dump format can not be used to dump to tty ports.

If port is not given on the command line, the dump will be directed to the port given by the hostport environment variable.

The environment variable ulcr determines how each line in S-record format is terminated.

The environment variable uleof determines which character sequence should be sent to the host port when the dump is finished.


The command uses the hostport environment variable.

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