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Has anyone successfully installed s/4hana on-prem ed. 1511 sr1 using SWPM

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I am curious to see if anyone has successfully installed S/4 on prem 1511 SR1 from scratch using SWPM SP17 .

  • SUSE Linux 11 SP3
  • HANA DB is installed and running
  • Installation of Application Server gets stopped at ABAP import. I have upgraded the kernel and downloaded the installation exports.

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2016 at 11:35 AM

    Hello Timothy,

    yes, I have successfully installed S/4HANA SR1. You can check details on blog:

    Your S/4HANA environment - Part 1 - Maintenance Planner, System Installation and Update

    Is there any specific error you are getting?

    Best regards

    Bartosz

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    • Hello,

      Thanks again for the help. I will try increasing the memory. The text file is too big to attach; but I did search for "out of memory" and see the following:

      ------------------------------------------------

      ReportMemoryProblems.cpp(01437) : OUT OF MEMORY occurred.

      Host: s4hana

      Executable: hdbindexserver

      PID: 4904

      Failed to allocate 62720 byte.

      Current callstack:

      ------------------------------------------------

      [5185]{300080}[-1/-1] 2016-07-25 18:43:45.172970 e Memory ReportMemoryProblems.cpp(01437) : OUT OF MEMORY occurred.

      Host: s4hana

      Executable: hdbindexserver

      PID: 4904

      Failed to allocate 624 byte.

      Current callstack:

      1: 0x00007fbfb451c35b in

  • Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 02:05 PM

    Just for more details my final installation is using 135 Gb of RAM. This is SUSE Linux 11 SP3 with only the default items selected during installation of HANA and S4 Application Server on the same instance.

    Thanks,

    Tim

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