[Mod_ftpd] can not attach to share memory

Edward rudd urkle at outoforder.cc
Tue Apr 4 10:08:26 EST 2006

This is a known issue.  You have to clean up the existing shared memory
segments and remove the mod_ftpd shared memory lock file (either in /tmp
or in your apache2 httpd home directory). use the command ipcs as root
to view and clean up shared memory segments (all ones owned by the
apache user).

I have not yet figured out how to get it to cleanly re-attach to or
reliably cleanup the existing shared memory.  The shared memory only
gets left behind on a BAD exit of apache.  If apache is shutdown
correctly it usually seems fine.

On Tue, 2006-04-04 at 15:52 +0800, 杨长喜 wrote:
> mod_ftpd:
> 	    In the function ftpd_default_init_child(apr_pool_t *pchild,
> server_rec *s), if the share memeory exists, attaching to share memory
> will always fail. My mod_ftpd is 0.13.0 ,apache is 2.0.52 and OS is
> Redhat Linux 8.0.
>         致
> 礼!
> 杨长喜
> 北京大学计算机系网络实验室
> ycx at net.pku.edu.cn
> 2006-04-04
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