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Where we can see logfile for SAPDBA ?

Where we can see logfile for SAPDBA ?

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  • Aug 18, 2007 at 01:42 PM

    SAPDBA is deprecated and shouldn´t be used any more, use the BR*TOOLS instead.

    Check transaction DB24.

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    Markus

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    Markus Döhr

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 09:50 AM

    Hi satish

    If you have older version of sapdba

    wht you need to do is go to run and type sapdba.exe

    you will get a window with options

    a-startup/shutdown instance h-backup database

    b-instance information i-backupoffline redologs

    c-tablespace administration j-restore/recovery

    d-reorganisation k-db check/verification

    e-export/import l-show/cleanup

    f-archivemode m-user and security

    g-additional functions

    q-quit

    or you can go to usr\sap\SID\sys\exe\run\sapdba.exe

    when you go to the same path and type brtools.exe ...this one is the newer version and is supported by sap

    you will get a window with options

    1= instance management

    2- space management

    3- segment management

    4- backup and database copy

    5- restore and recovery

    6- check and verification

    7- database statistics

    8- additional functions

    9- exit programm

    standard keys: c-cont, b-back, s-stop, r-refr, h-help

    You can select the options among them which will give you further options

    SAP has come up with gui version of BRTOOLS

    when ever you perform any action out of the above options there will be logs created in the respectory folders which are located oracle DB folder

    Thanks

    Jameel

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