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Author fvdnabee
Recipients davin, dxflores, fvdnabee, jfischer, pitrou
Date 2020-05-13.10:03:32
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I confirm the same issue as Diogo. The provided workaround of unregistering the sharedmemory segment in the 'consuming' process, as suggested by Jeff, solves the issue where exiting the consuming process causes the tracker to incorrectly free the shared memory. Diogo's fix to does just that (actually it avoids registering it in the first place) and therefor seems ok to me.
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