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IPCMK(1)							   User Commands							  IPCMK(1)

NAME
ipcmk - make various IPC resources SYNOPSIS
ipcmk [options] DESCRIPTION
ipcmk allows you to create shared memory segments, message queues, and semaphore arrays. OPTIONS
Resources can be specified with these options: -M, --shmem size Create a shared memory segment of size bytes. The size argument may be followed by the multiplicative suffixes KiB (=1024), MiB (=1024*1024), and so on for GiB, etc. (the "iB" is optional, e.g., "K" has the same meaning as "KiB") or the suffixes KB (=1000), MB (=1000*1000), and so on for GB, etc. -Q, --queue Create a message queue. -S, --semaphore number Create a semaphore array with number of elements. Other options are: -p, --mode mode Access permissions for the resource. Default is 0644. -V, --version Display version information and exit. -h, --help Display help text and exit. SEE ALSO
ipcrm(1), ipcs(1) AUTHOR
Hayden A. James <hayden.james@gmail.com> AVAILABILITY
The ipcmk command is part of the util-linux package and is available from Linux Kernel Archive <https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils /util-linux/>. util-linux July 2014 IPCMK(1)

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IPCMK(1)							   User Commands							  IPCMK(1)

NAME
ipcmk - make various IPC resources SYNOPSIS
ipcmk [options] DESCRIPTION
ipcmk allows you to create shared memory segments, message queues, and semaphore arrays. OPTIONS
Resources can be specified with these options: -M, --shmem size Create a shared memory segment of size bytes. The size argument may be followed by the multiplicative suffixes KiB (=1024), MiB (=1024*1024), and so on for GiB, etc. (the "iB" is optional, e.g., "K" has the same meaning as "KiB") or the suffixes KB (=1000), MB (=1000*1000), and so on for GB, etc. -Q, --queue Create a message queue. -S, --semaphore number Create a semaphore array with number of elements. Other options are: -p, --mode mode Access permissions for the resource. Default is 0644. -V, --version Display version information and exit. -h, --help Display help text and exit. SEE ALSO
ipcrm(1), ipcs(1) AUTHOR
Hayden A. James <hayden.james@gmail.com> AVAILABILITY
The ipcmk command is part of the util-linux package and is available from Linux Kernel Archive <https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils /util-linux/>. util-linux July 2014 IPCMK(1)
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