Shared memory in new kernels

Shared memory in new kernels

Post by Vladimir Florinsk » Fri, 11 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Anyone knows what's the deal with shared memory in latest development kernels? I
just upgraded to 2.3.42 and the shared memory is always shown as 0 in



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appreciate any help in this area if you could get me some information.

Rob Morris

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