The showleaks command reports new memory leaks since last showleaks command. It is valid only in native mode.
The showleaks command is available only on Solaris platforms.
In the default non-verbose case, a one line report per leak record is printed. Actual leaks are reported followed by the possible leaks. Reports are sorted according to the combined size of the leaks.
showleaks [-a] [-m m] [-n number] [-v]
-a shows all the leaks generated so far (not just the leaks since the last showleaks command).
-m m combines leaks; if the call stack at the time of allocation for two or more leaks matches m frames, then these leaks are reported in a single combined leak report. If the -m option is given, it overrides the global value of m specified with the check command (see check Command)..
-n number shows up to number records in the report. The default is to show all records.
-v Generate verbose output. The default is to show non-verbose output.