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Re: MapViewOfFileEx errors disappeared with cygwin1-20040716 snapshot

>>>>> Christopher Faylor writes:

    > On Sun, Jul 18, 2004 at 03:11:18PM +0200, Dr. Volker Zell wrote:
    >> I just want to note that all of my MapViewOfFileEx errors which I saw
    >> with a lot of my gnome1 apps dissapeared after installing the latest
    >> snapshot.
    >> It must be this change:
    >> 2004-07-16  Christopher Faylor  <>
    >> * (pinfo::init): Guard against MapViewOfFileEx failure.
    >> Thanks a lot

    > No, that would not change anything.  I just added a fatal error message.

You are right. I just checked my XWin.log and it again said

 MIT-SHM extension disabled due to lack of kernel support

also ipcs gives me

 Bad system call

I start my cygserver as a service and a process listing shows that it's
still running, hmmmmmmm.....

When I start cygserver after a reboot from a bash shell I get the
following (cygwin1.dll and cygserver both from the Jul 17 snapshot):

12:19 PM [505]> cygserver --version
cygserver: (cygwin) 1.10
API version 1.5.11(0.116/4/1)-( 20040717 00:34:52SNP
Copyright 2001, 2002, 2003 Red Hat, Inc.
Compiled on Jul 17 2004
Default configuration file is /etc/cygserver.conf
12:21 PM [506]> cygserver -e -l 7 -d
cygserver: daemon starting up
cygserver: /netrel/src/cygwin-snapshot-20040717-1/winsup/cygserver/, line 112: starting all queue submission loops
assertion "!_hThread" failed: file "/netrel/src/cygwin-snapshot-20040717-1/winsup/cygserver/", line 321

The only good thing, my gnome apps doesn't show the MapViewOfFileEx failure.

Reverting cygwin1.dll and cygserver back to 1.5.10-3, cygserver works
just fine, but now my gnome apps show again the MapViewOfFileEx failure

    > cgf


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