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Error in prepare phase JOB_RSUVSAVE

Hi, I am upgrading BW 3.0B to BI 7.0 on Solaris 10.

I've done this already in our sandbox and DEV/TST environments all ready.

In Prepare phase, I am getting the message :

Call of function module "SUBST_START_BATCHJOB" by RFC failed (error-status "27") in upgrade-phase "JOB_RSUVSAVE" .

I have searched SDN and found about 7 hits. I checked SM51 and the hostname is bwvcs. In /etc/hosts the hostname is bwvcs. Everything matches but I can't get past this phase. Everyone else has checked SM51 and or the hosts file to make sure the hostname and case is similar. Any other ideas? Here's the PSUVSAVE.LOG:

1 ETQ201XEntering upgrade-phase "JOB_RSUVSAVE" ("20080129163724")

2 ETQ367 Connect variables are set for standard instance access

4 ETQ399 System-nr = '00', GwService = 'sapgw00'

4 ETQ399 Environment variables:

4 ETQ399 dbs_ora_schema=SAPBWP

4 ETQ399 auth_shadow_upgrade=0

4 ETQ260 Starting batchjob "RSUVSAVE"

4 ETQ010 Date & Time: 20080129163724

4 ETQ260 Starting batchjob "RSUVSAVE"

4 ETQ230 Starting RFC Login to: System = "BWP", GwHost = "bwvcs", GwService = "sapgw00"

4 ETQ359 RFC Login to: System="BWP", Nr="00", GwHost="bwvcs", GwService="sapgw00"

4 ETQ232 RFC Login succeeded

4 ETQ233 Calling function module "SUBST_START_BATCHJOB" by RFC

2EETQ235 Call of function module "SUBST_START_BATCHJOB" by RFC failed (error-status "27")

2EETQ261 Start of batchjob "RSUVSAVE" failed

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 12:56 AM

    Fixed, had multiple entries in /etc/hosts for the hostname

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