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What are the Files System to consider Installing SAP ecc 6.0 in SAP As/400 DB2?

Hello SAP Experts,

May you give me any idea how to start the installation of sap in as400 Db2

Questions in mind:

What are the file system for SAP ECC 6.0 installation in AS400 DB2?

What space to allocate with each file system?

What are the media list to choose below?

Where to save all the media list

Where to put sapinst to start the installation

What are the other things to consider ?

Total users for SAP FICO = 25 users

Total users for SAP MM = 8 users

Regards,

Bhe

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    Posted on May 21, 2015 at 06:39 AM

    Hi Bhe

    What are the file system for SAP ECC 6.0 installation in AS400 DB2?

    Integrated file system as part of OS, similar to UniX OS, In database all the table, Index, views are physical file

    What space to allocate with each file system?

    What are the media list to choose below?

    Where to save all the media list

    Where to put sapinst to start the installation

    What are the other things to consider ?

    You can refer the all the installation master guide from the reference link http://service.sap.com/guidefinder - select the OS / DB & SAP NW 7.0 to find the your question and answers

    BR

    SS

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