On Thu, 2004-06-03 15:31:53 +0100, Sujith Nayak <email@example.com>
wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I am currently working on a board powered by a MIPS
> processor, using Linux kernel 2.4.2. The problem that
Before doing anything else, you'd consider moving forward to current
2.4.x or even 2.6.x...
> I am facing is, whenever I create a shared memory
> using shmget(), shmat(), etc. APIs, I always see that
> the shared mem is created with 0 bytes. As a result
> any access to it bombs the process.
> Anyone has any idea, I will be grateful for your
> response. I had a look at the patch-2.4.2-ac23, which
> talks about the some shared mem lock up problem. But I
> cannot apply the patch as it is because my customer
> has pruned the kernel so much that the patch does not
> apply right away.
Then talk your customer (isn't that actually your vendor?) into putting
work into a newer kernel. Maybe you can diff you their changes agains a
2.4.2 from either linux-mips.org or 2.4.2 from Linus and try to
forward-port the changes to current 2.4.x or 2.6.x ...
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