Print the file_t address corresponding to the file descriptor fd-num associated with the specified process. The process is specified using the virtual address of its proc_t structure.
Print the stack trace associated with the given kernel thread, identified by the virtual address of its kthread_t structure. The dcmd employs several different algorithms to locate the appropriate stack backtrace. If an optional command string is specified, the dot variable is reset to the frame pointer address of the topmost stack frame, and the specified command is evaluated as if it had been typed at the command line. The default command string is "<.$C0"; that is, print a stack trace including frame pointers but no arguments.
Print the memory map of the process indicated by the given process address. The dcmd displays output using a format similar to pmap(1).
Print a summary of the information related to the specified process, or all active system processes, similar to ps(1). If the -f option is specified, the full command name and initial arguments are printed. If the -l option is specified, the LWPs associated with each process are printed. If the -t option is specified, the kernel threads associated with each process LWP are printed.
Print a process tree, with child processes indented from their respective parent processes. The dcmd displays output using a format similar to ptree(1).
Given a vnode_t address, print the proc_t addresses of all processes that have this vnode currently open in their file table.