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Kernel 720 EXT (or) not

Hi,

Please let me know how to identify the 720 kernel is EXT (or) not.

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2014 at 01:53 PM

    hi,

    If you are downloading from service market place it would have "EXT" mentioned.

    In case you want to check at O.S level, issue disp+work.

    Regards,

    Ankit

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    • Somethig like this:

      --------------------
      disp+work information
      --------------------

      kernel release 721

      kernel make variant 721_EXT_REL

      compiled on Linux GNU SLES-11 x86_64 cc4.3.4 use-pr130221 for linuxx86_64

      compiled for 64 BIT

      compilation mode UNICODE

      compile time Feb 28 2013 09:57:46

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2014 at 01:59 PM

    In ABAP, go into transaction SM51,then click the "Release Notes" button.

    You can check the output contains the same as Ankit suggested above.

    Regards,

    Darryl

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2014 at 05:33 PM

    Hi,

    Like Ankit said if you have linux or unix on os run command

    ./disp+work -V |more

    Kernel release 721

    kernel make variant 721_EXT_REL (This is extended release kernel)

    ./disp+work -V |more

    Kernel release 721

    kernel make variant 721_EXT (This is extended release kernel)

    And in ABAP Darryl's method is also correct. For more information:

    1553300 and 1553301

    Kind Regards,

    Johan

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