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System Crash and Database Restart

Hi,

I have a CRM 2007 system with MaxDB 7.7.

The system had an unplanned restart during the night.

Now I have reboot and I am trying to get the database back online.

Any dbbcli command I run such as db_state or db_online such as

dbmcli -n lsadc1 -d DC1 -u SUPERDBA,xxxxxxx db_online

just returns with the message:

"Error! Connection failed to node lsadc1 for database DC1:

Connection broken"

Some dbmcli commands do work such as:

E:\sapdb\DC1\db\pgm>dbmcli version

OK

version,os,dbroot,logon,code,swap

"7.7.02","WIN32","E:\sapdb\DC1\db",True,ASCII,2

Can anyone give an information on this?

Thanks.

Edited by: Peter O'Hara on Oct 30, 2008 2:02 PM

Edited by: Peter O'Hara on Oct 30, 2008 2:03 PM

A bit more information on this.

I have found that if I run Xserver in the foreground and use the dbmcli command with an IP address rather than the server name, Xserver displays the following message:

"18456 ERROR: Could not read from 'teo110_PipeBase::eo110_ReadPipe' pipe, rc = 109"

Thanks again.

Peter

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Peter,

    as you're a SAP customer, please do open a support message for this.

    regards,

    Lars

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