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ASE 16 on Red Hat 7.3 certification

May 10 at 02:03 PM

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Hello,

Do you know if SAP ASE 16 SP PL certified on Linux RHEL 7.3 ? SAP PAM is very poor as well as help.sap.com -> Installation guide regarding OS releases.

Thank you

Regards

Jose

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Bart Van Kuijk
May 11 at 07:14 AM
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This KBA explains the implicit certification of X.Y releases:

1941500 - Certification information for Linux and other Operating Systems - SAP ASE

If the PAM states RH 7 is supported, this means all 7.x releases (unless otherwise specified in the Note from the Installation Guide,

2489781 as mentioned above).

So 7, 7.1, 7.2 & 7.3 are certified.

KR

Bart

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Bart,Mehrab,Bartosz

Thanks a lot guys!

Regards

Jose

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Bartosz Jarkowski May 10 at 02:32 PM
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Check out the following SAP Note:

2489781 - SAP ASE 16.0 SP03 Supported Operating Systems and Versions

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Thanks Bartosz,

I've already check that note, but it just states "RHEL 6.5 and later" but no info on patches or specific instructions are mentioned on RHEL 7.x

Regards Jose

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Not sure what exactly are you looking for, but in the note you can find that for RHEL 7 you need to install 32 bit libraries:

  • glibc.i686 (Redhat 7 requires 32-bit libraries to execute the isql and dscp utilities)

Soo.. What exactly are you looking for?

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Hello Jose,

Bartosz is correct. The Note states that you need at least RHEL 6.5 to run 16.0 SP02 and above. The patch requirements are :

  • kernel-2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64
  • glibc-2.12-1.7.el6.x86_64
  • compat-glibc-2.5-46.2.x86_64

On RHEL 7 you need this additional lib:

  • glibc.i686 (Redhat 7 requires 32-bit libraries to execute the isql and dscp utilities)

Hope this helps

Mehrab

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Jose Torres May 10 at 06:20 PM
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Thank Mehrab

So, this means that RHEL 7, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and so on are certified ?

Regards

Jose

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That's correct!

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