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Kernel Upgradation Issue

Hi ,

I m trying to do kernel Support package version upgrade to version 175 .My system is 32 bit , SAP 4.7 and DB is mssql. I downloaded the correct version of both DB dependent an dDB independent from Service market place.

I had followed the Uncar the .SAR files steps .Then i copied all the files from the tmp folder and copied them in "run" folder.Then i started SAP services and view the system status is not been changed .In OS level also i checked the .EXE files the version remains the same its not updated to new version.

Kindly suggest me .

Regards,

Rakesh

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 07:44 AM

    Hi

    I assumes that you have done all the correct options.

    Please once again try this step (may be this cold work)

    - Copy the exes to a new folder in \usr\sap\<SID>\sys\exe

    - Stop SAP and MSSQL Server

    - Stop all the services in services.msc related to SAP and MSSQLServer

    - Rename the original kernel folder as run_old and this new folder as run.

    - Restart the system.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi ,

      In my start profile tis is there ;

      Start_Program_01 immediate $(DIR_EXECUTABLE)\$(_CP) pf=$(DIR_PROFILE)\I05_DVEBMGS00_ides01

      I had copied the Uncar files in run folder only . But after restarting the files version is been changed to older version itself its not been updated,

      Regards,

      Rakesh

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 10:21 PM

    Hello Rakesh Venkataramanan,

    Please review SAP Note 19466 for more details about Kernel patch update.

    Hope this helps!

    Best regards,

    Rafael Toshiaki

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