Can't directly allocate shared memory??? 
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 Can't directly allocate shared memory???

Help!

I have Sybase 11.0.2 running on SCO Unix Open Server 5.0 with 32MB of RAM (I know,
too little) which I am just experiementing with.  When sybinit tries to start
the server after configuration I get an OS level message: "Can not directly
allocate shared memory".  I believe I did all of the SCO OS level configuration
requirements including setting the SHMMAX parameter.

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks.
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Tue, 29 Feb 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Can't directly allocate shared memory???

Quote:

> Help!

> I have Sybase 11.0.2 running on SCO Unix Open Server 5.0 with 32MB of RAM (I know,
> too little) which I am just experiementing with.  When sybinit tries to start
> the server after configuration I get an OS level message: "Can not directly
> allocate shared memory".  I believe I did all of the SCO OS level configuration
> requirements including setting the SHMMAX parameter.

        Did you reboot afterwards?

-am



Sat, 04 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Can't directly allocate shared memory???

Quote:


> > Help!

> > I have Sybase 11.0.2 running on SCO Unix Open Server 5.0 with 32MB of RAM (I know,
> > too little) which I am just experiementing with.  When sybinit tries to start
> > the server after configuration I get an OS level message: "Can not directly
> > allocate shared memory".  I believe I did all of the SCO OS level configuration
> > requirements including setting the SHMMAX parameter.

>         Did you reboot afterwards?

> -am

More times than I can remember!  Still no dice.


Tue, 07 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 
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