Access all shared memory.
SHMM (shared memory manager) permits to control, analyze and modify all shared memory in use. SHMM comes with complete ipcs and ipcrm commands which give you a list of all ipc in use on your system and give you the possibility to destroy them.
SHMM can help you to debug your program by dumping the memory in a file or to change content of a shared memory currently in use by another software by loading memory from a file or directly from the command line when you use only string.
You can even use it to use shared memory in your shell script!
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released on 28 June 2008
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