How to solve “ERROR (1110): Requested DCCA memory exceeds system maximum” in Linux?

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2016-07-19 09:35

This error occurs in Unix when the DCCA memory requested by the database exceeds the maximum amount of shared memory allocated by the operating system.

To solve this problem, users should set an appropriate value for Kernel.shmmax in the file sysctl.conf located in the directory /etc.

For example:

# controls the maximum shared segment size, in bytes

kernel.shmmax = 68719476736


Version: DBMaker 4.x/5.x

Product: Normal/Bundle

Platform: Linux

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