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/usr/sap/trans and NFS mount issue

Hi Basis Gurus,

I have one question for /usr/sap/trans and NFS mount. I have one system called "PD1" and this system is hosted on server "gpd1". This server is also hosting other system landscape we have for our Europe region.

See the details below:

Eurpoe Region Landscape

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/sapmnt/C01 -> R/3 Development -> host gpd1

/sapmnt/Q01 -> R/3 QA -> host gpd1

/sapmnt/T01 -> R/3 Production Copy (Test) -> host gpd1

/sapmnt/PD1 -> R/3 Production -> host gpd1

Now C01, Q01 and T01 (hosted on gpd1) is having the NFS mount /usr/sap/trans on server gpd2 which is the host for Production system P01.

Since PD1 is on the same host of "gpd1" it's poiting to same /usr/sap/trans NFS mount of server gpd2 and system P01.

I have a Template development system D00 which is hosted on "gpd3". My question is Can I have separate /usr/sap/trans NFS mount from PD1(gpd1) to D00 server "gpd3" ? Will this make change to the landcape of C01, Q01 and T01?

I need a common /usr/sap/trans for D00(gpd3) and PD1(gpd1), but PD1(gpd1) is pointing to P01(gpd2).

Please advise.

Thanks

Regads,

BasisCK

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2008 at 03:23 AM

    Difficult to understand your question and landscape.

    Since PD1 is on the same host of "gpd1" it's poiting to same /usr/sap/trans NFS mount of server gpd2 and system P01.

    Does it mean that you have 2 R/3 Production systems pointing to eachother? Please explain this part.

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