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Error during the SOLMAN 4.0 Instalaltion.

Hi All,

I am installaing Solman 4.0 on windows using MSSQL as a database. I got error in DDIC password check. I have changed to some othe password during this installation process. itsnot alloeing to next step saying that please check the sap started or not. but the SAP is in start mode only. when I try to open SAP screen from SAP GUI, its saying "waiting for respose " stage only. its not opening logon page.

at the same time I found this below error in the Enque logs:

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trc file: "dev_enqsrv", trc level: 1, release: "700"

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systemid 560 (PC with Windows NT)

relno 7000

patchlevel 0

patchno 49

intno 20050900

make: multithreaded, Unicode, optimized

pid 4072

[Thr 4076] Mon Jan 14 10:45:45 2008

[Thr 4076] *** ERROR => ShmDelete: Invalid shared memory Key=34. [shmnt.c 719]

[Thr 4076] *** ERROR => ShmCleanup: ShmDelete failed for Key:34. [shmnt.c 793]

[Thr 4076] initialize_global: enqueue server without replication

[Thr 4076] Enqueue: EnqMemStartupAction Utc=1200325545

[Thr 4076] Enqueue Info: replication enabled

[Thr 4076] Enqueue Info: enque/replication_dll not set

[Thr 4076] Mon Jan 14 10:45:46 2008

[Thr 4076] ***LOG GEZ=> Server start [encllog.cpp 526]

If SAP logon screen open then I can change the DDIC password t o default one then proceed...

Thanks

Suresh

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  • Jan 14, 2008 at 04:09 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    Seems like a problem with the share memory.

    Stop the system and go to the kernel directory, then execute command cleanipc XX (where XX is the system number), then start the system again and see if it starts.

    Regards

    Juan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Eydar,

      YOu will not able to find the cleanipc.exe file. It is a script on UNIX platform which is used to free the IPC resources allocated.

      On UNIX platform login as <SID>adm and give the command

      cleanipc XX remove.

      XX is your system number.

      Best Wishes.

      Kumar