Attempt to allocate shared memory failed

The system will not initialize because shared memory is still allocated from a previous session ofBlueworx Voice Response . This can occur after Blueworx Voice Response malfunctions when you try to restart it. It indicates that there is not enough memory in the system to allocate the number of buffers specified in the system parameters. This problem can occur if the number in the system parameter Number of Pool Buffers is set too high.

Release previously allocated AIX system resources. To change the value of the system parameter Number of Pool Buffers, use the command line utility RDSETBUFS. Type RDSETBUFS n, where n is the number of buffers. The number in the system parameter Maximum Cached Buffers will be reset to not more than 60% of the Number of Pool Buffers value.




Log, System Monitor, Alertable