hcimsiutil -R

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  • #49545
    Gary Atkinson
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    Hello-

    When trying to run hcimsiutil -R in site clean-up we received the following error:

    Code:

    [0:TEST] msiShemRemove: Can’t remove shmem region 655375: Not owner.

    So, we logged in as “root” and ran hcimsiutil -R, but the shell returned an error. (were on AIX 5.3)

    My questions are these… One how to do I find out which user is the owner?…Two when logged in as “root” and I run hcimsiutil -R from its full path in the bin directory will it work?

    Thanks!

    (your always confused clovertecher  🙄 )

    Gary

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    • #62432
      Charlie Bursell
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      Shut down monitord and rm $HCISITEDIR/exec/monitorShmemFile

      Restart hcimonitord and the file is recreated.  Make sure you do it as the hci user.

    • #62433
      Gary Atkinson
      Participant

      Is the file monitorShmemFile hidden?  I do not see it in the directory $HCISITEDIR/exec.

    • #62434
      Charlie Bursell
      Participant

      What OS are you on?

    • #62435
      Gary Atkinson
      Participant

      AIX 5.3. Duh I found it  😯 I didn’t know this file was of the “p” type (never heard of that before).  When I ftp’d in before I did not see it.

      One more question for ya, do I need to stop the host before I remove the monitorShmemFile?  

      Thanks for your help Charlie!!

    • #62436
      Charlie Bursell
      Participant

      Not the host, just monitord

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