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Errors 13969 and 13977 when using proutil -C increaseto

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TitleErrors 13969 and 13977 when using proutil -C increaseto
URL NameErrors-13969-and-13977-when-using-proutil-C-increaseto
Article Number000125206
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.6
OS: AIX 7.1
Question/Problem Description
When attempting to increase the Lock Table parameters (-L) on an 11.6 online database, proutil throws two errors and cannot continue:

Increase Params lacks proper permissions to create shared memory. (13969)
Increase Params aborted because of shared memory allocation issue. (13977)


 
Steps to Reproduceproutil <dbname>-C increaseto -L 100000
Clarifying Information
Error MessageIncrease Params lacks proper permissions to create shared memory. (13969)
Increase Params aborted because of shared memory allocation issue. (13977)
Defect Number
Enhancement Number
Cause
The exact cause is not known at this time.
Resolution
None at this time.
Workaround
The only workaround is to shut down the database and change parameter.

If the change needs to be performed in production environment, this workaround may be not viable.
Notes
Last Modified Date11/20/2020 7:14 AM
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