[htdig] memory map unimplemented flag 0201


Paul J. Meyer (pmeyer@rimeice.msfc.nasa.gov)
Wed, 10 Feb 1999 10:17:01 -0600


Just compiled ht://Dig version 3.1.0 on my Alpha Linux system and had a memory
map error when running htsearch, also dig, merge etc. I had the same problem
with the beta2 release as well. Here is the code I comment in
htdig-3.1.0/db/os/os_map.c to get rid of the annoying error message.

=================== Code snippet ==============================

        /*
         * I know of no systems that implement the flag to tell the system
         * that the region contains semaphores, but it's not an unreasonable
         * thing to do, and has been part of the design since forever. I
         * don't think anyone will object, but don't set it for read-only
         * files, it doesn't make sense.
         */
#ifdef MAP_HASSEMAPHORE
/* PJM COMMENT 2/10/99
        if (!is_rdonly)
                flags |= MAP_HASSEMAPHORE;
*/
#endif

        prot = PROT_READ | (is_rdonly ? 0 : PROT_WRITE);

========================= END SNIPPET ================================

Red Hat 5.1 Linux 2.0.34 kernel on the Alpha (LX164) platform appears to define
the MAP_HASSEMAPHORE, but does not implement it from what I recall. Anyway,
commenting these lines gets rid of a lot of error messages to the system
console and the messages file.

>From what I can tell, the new code appears to have compiled alright and appears
to dig okay, but I did get a whole bunch of "BAD TAG IN SERIALIZED DATA:"
messages when I did rundig. I'm not sure at this point if it was related to the
mmap problem or something else. I will investigate over the course of the next
week or so.

Regards, Paul

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