I looked in the kernel sources and found out that MAP_INHERIT isn't
implemented, but it's defined in asm/mman.h. And glibc checks in
locale/loadlocale.c, if MAP_INHERIT is defined and uses it (if not defined
it would define MAP_INHERIT to 0).
So the message is really harmless in my case, but maybe we should think
about renaming the not implemented flags to something not standard
(OSF_MAP_INHERIT for example), so that we avoid problems with software
which needs the special mmap features (ok, we would see this case also in
syslog, but I'd prefer seeing it during compilation time).
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