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unknown DBMS - not supported by R3trans

Hi

I upgrading HANA from SPS 10 tot SPS 11. After upgrade, database starts fine, but SAP start fails, kindly advise:

devhostname:devadm 54> R3trans -d

This is R3trans version 6.25 (release 742 - 06.05.15 - 20:15:05).

unicode enabled version

2EETW000 Internal implementation error: function sql_info() in twsql.c not complete for DBMS

2EETW169 no connect possible: "unknown DBMS - not supported by R3trans"

R3trans finished (0012).

devhostname:devadm 56> tail -f trans.log

4 ETW000 [ dev trc,00000] Sat Jul 23 11:52:34 2016

4 ETW000 [ dev trc,00000] Loading DB library '/usr/sap/DH1/SYS/exe/run/dbhdbslib.so' ...

4 ETW000 [ dev trc,00000] Library '/usr/sap/DH1/SYS/exe/run/dbhdbslib.so' loaded

4 ETW000 [ dev trc,00000] Version of '/usr/sap/DH1/SYS/exe/run/dbhdbslib.so' is "742.06", patchlevel (0.114)

4 ETW000 [ dev trc,00000] read_con_info_ssfs(): DBSL supports extended connect protocol

4 ETW000 ==> connect info for default DB will be read from ssfs

4 ETW000 [dbcon.c ,00000] *** ERROR => read_ssfs_record(): RSecSSFsGetRecord(DB_CONNECT/DEFAULT_DB_USER)=1 : SSFS-4218: Record with key "DB_CONNECT/DEFAULT_DB_USER" not found in secure storage <-- SSFS-4215: Data file "/usr/sap/DH1/SYS/global/security/rsecssfs/data/SSFS_DH1.DAT" exists, but does not contain the requested entry

4 ETW000 [dbcon.c ,00000] *** ERROR => Connect to R/3 failed. USERID and/or PASSWD could not be retrieved from SSFS

2EETW000 Internal implementation error: function sql_info() in twsql.c not complete for DBMS

2EETW169 no connect possible: "unknown DBMS - not supported by R3trans"

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 12:49 PM

    Please set the hdbuserstore again with correct username and passowrd and server details and port.

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