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Database fails to start with Can't attach Shared Memory with segment_id: <> for <>

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: UNIX
Question/Problem Description
Database fails to start with SYSTEM ERROR: Can't attach shared memory with segment_id: 31 for dbname
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Multiple database reside on system.
Problem is specific to one database.
Error MessageSystem Error: Can't attach Shared Memory with segment_id: <> for <>
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
The database's Master block incorrectly contains a shared memory id for another database.
Resolution
Update the database's master block performing the following steps:

1.Run prostrct list <dbname>.
2. Verify the database's structure file for correct pathing and that extent size is a multiple of 16.
3. Run prostrct repair <dbname>.
 
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Last Modified Date1/27/2017 8:45 PM
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