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Central Instance on i5 and Windows Application Server x64

Hi all

I have DB & CI ECC 6.0 on i5 and I have installed an application server on Windows 64 bit box (x64).

Work processes (actual kernel patch level 80) on application are continuously restarting with failure disp+work in msvcrt.dll

I tried to update kernel to patch level 102 (the last released) but the situation is going worse: work processes died and trace files don't show any message error.

Any idea, hint, tip?

Thanks a lot, regards.

RC

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2007 at 04:05 PM

    Hi Raffaele,

    the situation with 102 will be caused by the effect, that you did not restart the CI on i5 ... then SAP doesn't "like" the new kernel.

    => you should restart the complete SAP system - even on i5 => it either works on Windows or you should see a similar error message ...

    What OS are you using ? Win 2003 ?

    Regards

    Volker Gueldenpfennig, consolut.gmbh

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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2007 at 02:13 PM

    have you also updated LIB_DBSL ?

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