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How to delete Shared Memory?

Hi Gurus,

Please help me to get out of this issue. I have to delete the content in shared memory. My system is R/3 4.6c and SQL 2000.

Thanks and Regards,

Ravi Basavaiah.

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2007 at 05:50 AM

    -> what do you mean by "deleting"?

    -> free shared memory?

    -> do you have a problem allocating shared memory segments?

    GreetZ, AH

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2007 at 05:53 AM

    what kind of SHM?

    what is the problem exactly?

    Windows has completely another mechanism for memory segments.

    The memory segment (also SHM) is deleted by Windows memory manager after the last handle refering this segment is closed.

    So, I could assume that you have to terminate all instances of the work process (disp+work) or sapstartsrv or saposcol.

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    • Former Member Yaroslav Zorenko

      Hi Yaroslav,

      I have some same kind of problem, we have SAP on Windows & SQL server.

      The problem is SAP oscol is not running even after updating the SAP BASIS patches

      the error is SAPoscol not running? (Shared memeory not available)

      Thnx in advance

      Kishore

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