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Old 02-20-2005, 08:42 AM   #1
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dear Freinds,
i nee to audit some stuffs in my code like how much semaphores my program use the size of shmmax and sem how can i do that i there any software generate these counters or API can be used
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Amr Rabee
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The ipcs program (man ipcs) can tell you information about shared memory segments, semaphores, and message queues. You might want to start looking at that.
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actually i am to program counts all this counters in runtime which means the current used semaphores and the current used memeory


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