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Old 02-25-2008
Power sharemem-f-shmat

Hi,

I got this error from AIX 4.3.3/db2 7:

* %SHAREMEM-F-SHMAT Error getting PUTPARM shared memory address , shmid=23029 *
* 3630, errno=13

Anybody who know how to fix this?

Thanks in advance,
itik
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Old 02-29-2008
It is a shared-memory error. Use "ipcrm" to clear the shared-memory-segments used by db/2 after stopping db/2. Restart the application then. If it happens again i suggest you upgrade to a db/2-version (and AIX version) less ancient.

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