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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: Shmbase

    We are using IDS 9.3

    In one of the instances the SHMBASE is set to a different address other
    than mentioned in the release notes.

    But the applications are running on this instance.

    Will it cause any problem?

    Thanks,
    Ramesh

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    As long as no application will try to allocate some mem in the address space of IDS.

    The SHMBASE is especially usefull when you want to allocate 2GB on a 32 bit system..
    rws

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    Arrow

    The SHMBASE address changed AUTOMATICALLY when I shifted logical logs from rootdbs to a different dbspace, and in the process I deleted all the logical logs belonging to root.

    Could this be the reason?

    Thanks,
    Ramesh

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    If that's the reason it is an 'undocumented feature'...
    rws

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