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SAPCPE getting failed to execute after Kernel upgrade to SAP Kernel 7.01

Hello All,

I am upgrading my SAP Solution Manager 7.0 to Solution Manager 7.0 enhancement packge 1.

Current scenario:

My current SAP Kernel Release is 700 Supp Pakg level 159.

This is a Windows 2003 server.

There are two instances on this server.

According to the upgrade guide, the prerequisite for applying Enhancement Package 1 is SAP kernel release should be 7.01.

But,after upgrading my Kernel from 7.00 to 7.01,my SAPCPE is failed to execute.

Also when I login to the SAP system, it shows the kernel release as 7.00 only.

So,kindly suggest.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2009 at 10:27 AM

    How are you sure that your sapcpe failed to execute....there might be a problem that you didnt upgraded your kernel properly

    do one thing..just stop SAP and do the kernel upgrade again

    Make sure that your SAP services are stopped and preferably disable your services as they tend to start automatically.

    Also copy the kernel files in 2 locations:

    drive:\usr\sap\SID\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64

    drive:\usr\sap\SID\DVEBMGS01\exe

    That will upgrade your kernel successfully

    Rohit

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