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SUM SP9 PL3 does not know which kernel to use.

Hello,

I want to install the Java SPS 4 (NW 7.3) on a Java instance (NW 7.3 SPS 0).

I have generated the XML file (with MOPZ) and downloaded the files in "..\EPS\in" folder.

The problem is that SUM is giving me the following error at the step "Show validation result":

"Validation of deployment queue completed with error: sap.com/SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64: Kernel with support package level SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 and version 7.20.100.0 that is located in E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in is invalid. Kernel with patch level SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 and version 7.20.100.0 located in [E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-20006748.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXEDB_100-20006747.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXEDB_100-10007271.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-10007272.SAR] is invalid. Multiple files match kernel archive SAPEXE.SAR. SUM does not know which one to use. Put them in different directories. E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-20006748.SAR E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-10007272.SAR Validation of component sap.com/SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 with version 720_100_0 has finished.


You can find more information in the files E:\usr\sap\JWQ\SUM\sdt\log\SUM\SHOW-VALIDATION-RESULT_10.LOG"


The log "SHOW-VALIDATION-RESULT_10.LOG" shows:


"

<!--LOGHEADER[START]/-->

<!--HELP[Manual modification of the header may cause parsing problem!]/-->

<!--LOGGINGVERSION[2.0.7.1006]/-->

<!--NAME[E:\usr\sap\JWQ\SUM\sdt\log\SUM\SHOW-VALIDATION-RESULT_10.LOG]/-->

<!--PATTERN[SHOW-VALIDATION-RESULT_10.LOG]/-->

<!--FORMATTER[com.sap.tc.logging.TraceFormatter(%d [%6s]: %m)]/-->

<!--ENCODING[UTF8]/-->

<!--LOGHEADER[END]/-->

Dec 20, 2013 3:49:37 PM [Error ]: The following problem has occurred during step execution: com.sap.sdt.util.diag.DiagException: Validation of deployment queue completed with error:

sap.com/SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64: Kernel with support package level SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 and version 7.20.100.0 that is located in E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in is invalid.

Kernel with patch level SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 and version 7.20.100.0 located in [E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-20006748.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXEDB_100-20006747.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXEDB_100-10007271.SAR, E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-10007272.SAR] is invalid.

Multiple files match kernel archive SAPEXE.SAR. SUM does not know which one to use. Put them in different directories.

E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-20006748.SAR

E:\usr\sap\trans\EPS\in\SAPEXE_100-10007272.SAR

Validation of component sap.com/SAP KERNEL UNICODE WINDOWS_X86_64 with version 720_100_0 has finished.

"

Please help.

Thanks,



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    Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 10:09 PM

    Hello

    I have generated the XML file (with MOPZ) and downloaded the files in "..\EPS\in" folder.

    You should consider using a different drive for SUM and also for the downloaded files.

    Putting the downloads for the upgrde would be better kept in a separate directory rather than keeping them under the "..\EPS\in" folder.

    Regarding multiple kernel archive files in the "..\EPS\in" folder, check the stack file which are the kernel files select during the stack file creation.

    Remove all the kernel archive files except the ones mentioned in the stack.xml file.

    Repeat the phase in SUM.

    Regards

    RB

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