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NW 7.42 install error

Dear all,

I faced with error during SAP NW7.42 installation (Oracle 11.2.0.4/RHEL6.3),step "Import ABAP".

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Text from import_monitor.java.log:

Required system resources are missing or not available:

Import directory '/mnt/sap-nfs/distrib/NW742ABAP/51048524_1/DATA_UNITS/EXP1' does not exist;

Import directory '/mnt/sap-nfs/distrib/NW742ABAP/51048524_1/DATA_UNITS/EXP2' does not exist;

Import directory '/mnt/sap-nfs/distrib/NW742ABAP/51048524_1/DATA_UNITS/EXP3' does not exist.

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But I can move to these directories.
Please help.

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2015 at 09:29 AM

    Are these files on NFS ?

    Can you move them to local machine start your installation again ?

    BTW, can you share installation logs for this stage ?

    Regards,

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    • So your NFS is either on Windows and mounted on some non-windows system where you are performing the installation.. Is that the case ?

      If nor then download the media again and replace it with the current one.

      Also, check permissions and owner are correct.


      If there are no logs which I can read, how can I suggest you anything else ?😊

      BTW refre type -


      Regards,

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2015 at 05:13 AM

    Solved by chmod -R 777 on SWPM and Media directories

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2016 at 05:17 PM

    chmod 777 -R is the answer, but you have to make sure that the entire path where SWMP and the media and download basket is store has 777. This is because it changes user the <SID>adm.

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