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Question by gowri
Submitted on 7/27/2003
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Hi ,
  We are using Sybase ASE 11.9.2 with SCO Unix 7.1.1  as the operating
system. The total memory of the server is 2GB and
SHMMAX in sco unix is set to 1GB.we want to allocate this 1 GB to Sybase .
sp_configure total memory was set to 1GB. when the server was started it
gave the following error message

82 kernel  os_create_region: shmat(1004): Insufficient or invalid memory
00:00000:00000:2003/07/12 16:56:47.82 kernel  kbcreate: couldn't create
kernel region.
00:00000:00000:2003/07/12 16:56:47.82 kernel  kistartup: could not create
shared memory

and finally we could allocate only 128MB. kindly help to allocate more
memory to sybase so as to increase the performance.

Answer by vlad
Submitted on 3/26/2007
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Do not really want to disappoint you, but with SCO in order to do that you have to speak to them first since there are license restrictions, and extra fees to be payed.


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