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Problems running Subversion Apache Server

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2002-07-23 06:11:36 CEST

Some strangeness here. I'm building subversion and apache (and even
keeping up-to-date with apache!) but I'm getting different results on
RedHat 7.2 and RedHat 7.3. On 7.3 it seems to work fine but on 7.2 it
(apache server 2.0.40 2002-07-22) bombs out with "[Mon Jul 22 23:01:15
2002] [error] Cannot allocate shared memory: (17)File exists".

I'm looking at the shared memory with "ipcs" command and get:
RH7.2 $ ipcs -m
key shmid owner perms bytes nattch status
0x00000000 425984 root 600 1056768 14 dest
0x00000000 491521 root 600 532480 14 dest
0x00000000 524290 root 600 33554432 14 dest
0x00000000 557059 apache 600 46084 14 dest
0x0052e2c1 163844 postgres 600 1236992 1
0x0102412b 393221 root 600 524288 0

Nope...no apache2 server stuff there.

This sounds suspiciously like a problem I thought I had before with shared
memory but I searched through the dev archives and didn't find it.

Everything was working fine up until yesterday or the day
before....actually it appears to work fine on 7.3 just not now on 7.2.

Has something related to this changed in Subversion or Apache in the last
several days?

Probably something simple or silly I'm doing or not doing?

I was all hot to show it to my boss who is now becoming interested in
Subversion and now I can't get it to work on his box! :-(


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