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Re: [Sipwitch-devel] registry could not be mapped

From: David Sugar
Subject: Re: [Sipwitch-devel] registry could not be mapped
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2010 11:02:19 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.17+20080114 (2008-01-14)

The registry is a mapped_array of MappedRegistry objects that exist in shared
memory, and this is in "/dev/shm/sipwitch.regs".  Is it possible you do not
have /dev/shm?

I may be away the next few weeks, as I have been kept busy elsewhere.  But I
would suggest looking at what happens in the create call for shared memory, 
back in ucommon.

Rene Bartsch wrote:

> Hi,
> I've installed SipWitch on a 32-bit Ubuntu-Lucid-test-system and it works
> fine.
> But on the Jaunty-production-system (rented Linux-VServer, PPA-packages
> from yesterday) I get the following error:
> ----------------------------------- snip -----------------------------------
> address@hidden:~# sipw -foreground -plugins=none -vvv
> sipw: loading config from /etc/sipwitch.conf
> sipw: new realm 70727a01-77e3-07c6-0000-cdc9875be742
> sipw: media proxy configured for 38 ports
> sipw: scanning config from /etc/sipwitch.d
> sipw: loaded tests.xml
> sipw: adding test test1
> sipw: adding test ringerr
> sipw: adding test busyerr
> sipw: adding test looperr
> sipw: adding test reorder
> sipw: startup
> sipw: registry starting; mapping 200 entries
> sipw: registry could not be mapped
> sipw: starting cdr thread
> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
>   what():  registry could not be mapped
> Aborted
> ----------------------------------- snap -----------------------------------
> What's going wrong here?
> Best regards,
> Renne

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