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How to kill TP process at OS Level

Dear ALL,

How to kill the TP process at OS level

Operating System : win 2003

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    Jan 31, 2008 at 12:59 PM

    Hi Shanker,

    Take Task manager -> click process Tab -> Find tp.exe -> click end process.

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    Feb 07, 2008 at 06:15 AM

    Thanks for your Reply.

    Scenario is :

    i have imported the request from DEV to Quality not able to import to production.

    • now i want to delete the request at os level

    Regards

    snb

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      Hi,

      What is the error you are getting while importing the request in production.

      Regards,

      Madhav.

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    Former Member
    Feb 08, 2008 at 06:11 AM

    Dear all,

    simply hangs with Transport System (TRUCK).

    Status shows "TP Import Queue Ended".

    so i want to Delete the Request from the OS level using

    TP command. givving the requestion number.

    Regards

    SNB.

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    Feb 08, 2008 at 09:50 AM

    Hi,

    Recently I also faced the same problem. Please see my Weblog

    /people/mandar.palshikar/blog/2008/02/08/troubleshooting-in-case-of-transport-management-system-problem

    Follow the steps mentioned.It might solve your issue.

    It contains some commands specific to IBM AiX OS, but you can easily figure out what to do in Windows 2003.

    Regards,

    Mandar

    Edited by: Mandar Palshikar on Feb 8, 2008 11:55 AM

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    Feb 08, 2008 at 11:41 AM

    Dear All,

    we logged a call to SAP and we resolved. almost the Same process we followed.

    can you guide few Interview Question answers:

    1) Is there any difference process is availabe for

    Kernel Switching Kernel Upgrade

    2) When we take a backup of Oracle Database Online / Offline what are the files will backup?

    As per my knowledge one file with generated with ".ANF" file is any other files will be generated.

    3) What is Listner

    4) how to delete the request using TP at OS Level.

    Regards

    SNB.

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    Feb 08, 2008 at 11:54 AM

    Hi,

    As per the forum rules, I think you should create a new message, since the first question you asked has been answered.

    Anyways, some answers to your new questions --

    Q.3 What is listener

    Oracle Listener is a part of the Oracle DBMS that "listens" for users connecting to the database. It directs the queries to a function that either creates a dedicated server process for each user or to a shared multithreaded function that handles many users. The latter method may be chosen by the administrator to conserve memory.

    Q.4 Deleting Transport from Buffer

    go to directory "usr\sap\trans\bin" thorugh command prompt

    here execute

    tp delfrombuffer <request number> <sapsid>

    Regards,

    Mandar

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    Feb 08, 2008 at 12:10 PM

    Q.1 Different Method for Kernel Upgradation

    So far till now, I have known only one method for Kernel upgradation which is very very simple. I dont think we need any other work-around for Kernel upgrade as this method is very very straight forward. The steps to be followed are ---

    Go to the SAP OSS Site :-

    http://service.sap.com/SWCenter-Main

    From here Download the kernel programs in a temporary folder or use Download Basket toi download the Kernel.

    Now shutdown the R/3 database and all services including saposcol.

    Create a folder and copy the original executables from /exe/run/ directory then uncar the downloaded files and replace the original executables in /exe/run/ directory.

    Then restart your system.

    A couple of important points to remember are :-.

    a) Always make a copy of the files you're going to replace. For e.g. Create a directory (oldkern) and copy all the old files before replacing them (this helps when sometimes the new Kernel has problems, and you can revert it)

    b) You have to shutdown SAP and the Database using the OLD kernel file. Again it is good practice to shutdown everything first.

    Regards,

    Mandar

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    Feb 08, 2008 at 12:53 PM

    Dear All,

    Sorry to Reply this message in the Same form as you suggested to open a new Form

    b'cos i am reply to the kernel Switch / Upgrade Query.

    i have Kernel Release 640 with level 165 i can switch to 195 as you guided is 100% correct.

    Can i upgrade kernel Release 640 to 700.

    if i want to upgrade this Kernel to 700 Release Should i have to follow the Same Process or any other process is available.

    Regards

    SNB.

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      Hello,

      A 640 Kernel can be upgraded to 700 Kernel (kernel release) only through a SAP upgrade.

      640 kernel patch level can be changed to higher version using a kernel upgrade.

      Thanks and Regards,

      -Bijesh.