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Instance number "02"

Hi.

Why the instance number (I mean "00" of DVEBMGS00)

"02" is reserved by SAP.

We can't use "02".

Anyone knows?

Best regaerds,

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 05:27 AM

    Hi,

    who says that 02 is reserved by SAP?

    In R/3, R/3 Enterprise you can use this also. We configured instance #02 in several systems.

    What system are you talking about?

    Regards

    Jürgen

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 05:56 PM

    Hi,

    There have been some updates since your guide was released. Here is the latest information:

    The restriction has been lifted for port numbers 2, 25, 72 and 89 which means that these can now be used for the instance number.

    UNIX: Instance numbers must be between 00 and 97.

    Windows: Instance numbers must be between 00 and 97, but not the following ports:

    43 - used by MSCS

    60 - used by iSCSI

    89 - used by Windows Terminal Server

    Ports 98 and 99 are reserved for saprouter

    The older restrictions were in place because port number 3302, 3325, 3372 and 3389 were used on the customer side for other purposes in the past that caused problems. Of course you still have to check which ports are used in your configuration.

    This latest information is reflected in the SAP NetWeaver SR1 guides.

    Cheers,

    Mike.

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    • Former Member

      Thank you for your repling.

      I got it.

      To make a sense, this informaton is

      in the installation guide of WAS_640_UX_MAXDB_ABAP

      You will find the following statement ->

      CI:

      number of the central instance. You can assign a value from 0 to 97, but not 2,25,43,72 or 89.

      Best regards,

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