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Failed: brconnect -u / -c -f check

Any advice on the following when run by d3padm?

sdr3db1 35: brconnect -u / -c -f check

BR0801I BRCONNECT 6.40 (38)

BR0805I Start of BRCONNECT processing: cduepmby.chk 2006-12-18 13.42.34

BR0280I BRCONNECT time stamp: 2006-12-18 13.42.34

BR0301E SQL error -12705 at location db_connect-2

ORA-12705: invalid or unknown NLS parameter value specified

BR0310E Connect to database instance D3P failed

BR0280I BRCONNECT time stamp: 2006-12-18 13.42.34

BR0301E SQL error -12705 at location db_connect-2

ORA-12705: invalid or unknown NLS parameter value specified

BR0310E Connect to database instance D3P failed

BR0806I End of BRCONNECT processing: cduepmby.chk 2006-12-18 13.42.34

BR0280I BRCONNECT time stamp: 2006-12-18 13.42.34

BR0804I BRCONNECT terminated with errors

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2006 at 05:50 AM

    William,

    You could have provided version details.

    Ref note 592657,Hope this will help you

    Regards

    Vinod

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2006 at 08:45 PM

    my mistake, brconnect was working from orad3p

    Even after changing ORA_NLS33=/oracle/client/92x_64/ocommon/nls/admin/data in d3padm, brconnect still gets errors.

    (R3trans -d stll connects in d3padm)

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2007 at 09:24 PM

    I have to restart the SAP intance and I'll be okay!

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      Fidel,

      Thanks for your response.

      Here are my responses to your queries:

      ...- brconnect fails from the command line.

      ...- env vars:

      ........ ORA_NLS33=/oracle/Q2S/920_64/ocommon/nls/admin/data

      ........ NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMERICA.WE8DEC

      ...- this is a CI plus DB server

      ...- I installed the oracle client (download from marketplace) manually and I did not use CROCLLNK. I installed the orcl client in /oracle/client/92x_64/ocommon/nls/admin/data

      We upgraded our SAP kernel from 620 to 640 (patch set 139) a couple of months ago. brconnect and sapdba were working just fine.

      Then, we applied the latest kernel patch set (155) couple of days ago, we started seeing issues with brconnect and sapdba for ora<sid> user.

      Solution:

      We figured out the problem with this issue. Here is what worked out for us. We did not have to muck around with the ORA_NLS33 var at all.

      edit these files and fix the LD_LIBRARY_PATH

      --> .dbenv_q2s-db.csh

      --> .dbenv_q2s-db.sh

      LD_LIBRARY_PATH

      before:

      -


      > /usr/sap/Q2S/SYS/exe/run

      after:

      -


      > /usr/sap/Q2S/SYS/exe/run:/oracle/Q2S/920_64/lib

      Here is what my understanding is: once you apply latest kernel patch set, there is a need to add the $ORACLE_HOME/lib to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH var. Looks like the latest SAP kernel (640) patch set (155) has a requirement to access the libs from the $ORACLE_HOME/lib directory. I may be wrong, but this is what has worked for us.

      Thanks.

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