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SSFS-1560: Could not open lockfile

Hi together,

SSFS was installed during the installation but R3trans -d get an error:


E:\>R3trans -d

This is R3trans version 6.24 (release 742 - 18.11.14 - 20:14:09).

unicode enabled version

2EETW169 no connect possible: "DBMS = ORACLE                           --- dbs_ora_tnsname = '<SID>'"

R3trans finished (0012).

OS: Windows Server 2012R2

DB: Oracle 11.2.0.4

SAP: AS Java 7.4

So I started to configuring SSFS according to note 1639578.

The security folder under global was already there including the subfolders.

I set the following parameters in the DEFAULT.PFL and in den enviroment:

RSEC_SSFS_DATAPATH $(DIR_GLOBAL)\security\rsecssfs\data

RSEC_SSFS_KEYPATH $(DIR_GLOBAL)\security\rsecssfs\key

rsdb_ssfs_connect 1


But when I configuring the SSFS storage I got teh following error:


E:\>rsecssfx put DB_CONNECT/DEFAULT_DB_USER SAPSR3DB -plain

SSFS-1560: Could not open lockfile;

open($(DIR_GLOBAL)\security\rsecssfs\data\SSFS_AS1.LCK) == 2 (No such

file or directory) [17=EEXIST,13=EACCES,2=ENOENT,22=EINVAL,20=ENOTDIR]

In this directory only the SSFS_<SID>.DAT file is located. With the date from the installation.

Have anybody experience on this?

best regards

Karsten

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    Apr 13, 2016 at 07:45 AM

    Hi Karsten,


    Why the user is SAPSR3DB? ssfs should be used for abap, not for java

    What is the DIR_GLOBAL value as mentioned in the note?

    Best regards,
    James

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    • Hi James,

      I changed the Windows enviroment variabale:

      Old:

      RSEC_SSFS_DATAPATH $(DIR_GLOBAL)\security\rsecssfs\data

      RSEC_SSFS_KEYPATH $(DIR_GLOBAL)\security\rsecssfs\key

      New:

      RSEC_SSFS_DATAPATH \\<hostname>\saploc\<SID>\SYS\global\security\rsecssfs\data

      RSEC_SSFS_KEYPATH \\<hostname>\saploc\<SID>\SYS\global\security\rsecssfs\key

      No it works.

      Thanks for your help.

      best regards

      Karsten

  • Apr 13, 2016 at 06:53 AM

    Hi,

    What is your database status?

    kindly check your TNSLISTENER in SERVICES.MSC and CMD> LSNRCTL STATUS

    James

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    Apr 13, 2016 at 08:45 AM

    "R3trans -d" is not meant for Java systems.

    No need to worry, as long as your Java application server is up and running.

    regards

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