akawaka at csn.ul.ie
Mon Apr 3 09:53:08 IST 2000
try something like:
none /var/shm shm defaults 0 0
in your /etc/fstab
On Sun, 2 Apr 2000, Mel wrote:
> On Sun, 2 Apr 2000, Diarmaid O'Loughlin wrote:
> > I'm running the 2.3.99-pre3 kernel and I get this in my boot up messages
> > anybody any idesa's
> > shmget: shm filesystem not mounted
> > repeated 5 times. I looked through the kernel configuration and there's no
> > mention of it at all. A look on Google show's up it's a C function call
> > realted to the System V memory sharing. All my app's are complaning that
> > they can't use the function shmget. What do I have to do so my system can
> > use this ?
> IRCC, shm in that kernel is a filesystem and isn't accessed any more using
> the System V functions. I'm not sure myself how you really do it because I
> don't use that kernel (too lazy) but if you grep through documentation
> looking for shm, it should list what you need to mount the fs and then
> acccess it.
> AFAIK, shm is not got using open,close, read and so on like a normal FD
> but I could be well wrong there.
> Most awkwardly, all old apps with shm will throw a fit which could be
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