R?diger Papke wrote:
You're using shared memory connections and INFORMIXSHMBASE is not set,
or is set too low. Consequently, your memory allocations run into the
shared memory segment, and fail - out of memory.
Fixes: don't used shared memory database connections; don't use
INFORMIXSHMBASE; use INFORMIXSHMBASE of zero; use a bigger value for
INFORMIXSHMBASE. At least one of these should work.
Jonathan Leffler #include <disclaimer.h>
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