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Error in DB13 with xserver

Hi everybody,

I have a problem with planning jobs in the DB13 in our SAP ERP 2005 system for our knowledge provider on MaxDB running on another server.

The jobs are ending with error messages like: "Error! connection failed to node xy for database sdb", "xserver might not be active" (for log-Backup) and "could not connect to socket [10060]" (for data-backup).

The error appears since we have installed the Support Package Stack 11 for our SAP System.

Can anybody help please? I can't find any threads or notes facing the same issue.

Thanks in advance!

Lu

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:49 PM

    Hello Lu,

    You got error message: "Error! connection failed to node xy for database sdb",

    "could not connect to socket " => please check that the x_server was started

    on the server xy, where you have the database instance sdb.

    Please check that you setup correctly the database connection in /ndb59 transaction.

    Please update with additional information:

    -> What SAP Basis version/SP you have currently on your system;

    -> What version of the MAXDB client installed on the application server?

    -> What is the version of the SDB database on the server xy?

    Thank you and best regards, Natalia Khlopina

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