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Live Cache 7.5. Installation SCM4.1 ERROR MDB-070020

Hi,

we`re trying to install live cache 7.5.00.21 on SCM 4.1.

(Maxdb version of normal db is 7.6.05.09).

We had an other version installed before, which we deleted because of other errors.

Now we`re getting the following error message - any idea?

WARNING 2009-01-16 11:19:37

Execution of the command "/special1/TAD_NEU/lcinst/UNIX/HPIA64/SDBINST '-indep_prog' '/sapdb/programs' '-indep_data' '/sapdb/data' '-depend' '/sapdb/LCA/db'

'-profile' 'APO LiveCache' '-o' '1100' '-g' '1100' '-b'" finished with return code 1. Output:

starting preparing phase of package Base 7.5.00.21 64 bit

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cannot downgrade package

skipping package

starting preparing phase of package Server Utilities 7.5.00.21 64 bit

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cannot downgrade package

skipping package

starting preparing phase of package Database Kernel 7.5.00.21 64 bit

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cannot do update check - test file "/sapdb/LCA/db/pgm/kernel" not found

installation exited abnormally at Fr, Jan 16, 2009 at 11:19:37

ERROR 2009-01-16 11:19:37

MDB-070020 The database installer reported an error. Some database applications are probably still running.

Check the log file sdbinst.log.

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 01:02 PM

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    > Hi,

    >

    > we`re trying to install live cache 7.5.00.21 on SCM 4.1.

    > (Maxdb version of normal db is 7.6.05.09).

    >

    > We had an other version installed before, which we deleted because of other errors.

    >

    > Now we`re getting the following error message - any idea?

    Sure - how did you uninstall the former installation?

    rm -f /sapdb/<DBSID> ??

    To correctly uninstall a MaxDB/liveCache you'll always have to use the SDBUNINST tool.

    Since there seems to be another installation on the same server, it's now a bit complicated to clean up the registration mess... You should open a support message for that. Then we'll see what we can do here.

    regards,

    Lars

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