[Opendnssec-develop] Merge OpenDNSSEC-pin2 into trunk

Jerry Lundström jerry at opendnssec.org
Tue Aug 28 07:43:07 UTC 2012

On Aug 28, 2012, at 08:16 , Rickard Bellgrim wrote:
> Reintegrate did the trick:
> user at ubuntu:~/opendnssec/ods-svn/trunk/OpenDNSSEC/libhsm$ svn merge
> --reintegrate ^/branches/OpenDNSSEC-pin2/libhsm

Nice, didn't know about that.

A few things about the code:

- Do we need to check the size of the shared memory returned?
It does not specify what happens if there already is a share memory segment and its a different size then what you specify in shmget(), might be good to check the size if it might have been changed between compilation/version etc.

- Tools to destroy/recreate the share memory segment?
As in above if the share memory segment is changed between versions/compilations then for migration there might be good if there is a tool to recreate or destroy the segment. And it might be something some sysadmins want.

- Not save the pin?
If I see it correctly the pin is saved in shared memory whether you want it or not, maybe this should be an option for the paranoid?


Jerry Lundström - OpenDNSSEC Developer

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