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Kernal Copy

Dear Team,

I want to update Kernal of my ECC 6.0.

First I want to tape backup of my Current Kernal.i.e is in location

quality :/usr/sap/QAS/SYS/exe/run#

I have make one Directory New_kernal.In this new_Kernal is there.

How I copy new_kernal in this location i.e .usr/sap/QAS/SYS/exe/run#

Thanks

Kallisa

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2009 at 04:09 PM

    > I want to update Kernal of my ECC 6.0.

    > First I want to tape backup of my Current Kernal.i.e is in location

    > quality :/usr/sap/QAS/SYS/exe/run#

    >

    > I have make one Directory New_kernal.In this new_Kernal is there.

    > How I copy new_kernal in this location i.e .usr/sap/QAS/SYS/exe/run#

    You could do e. g.

    cd /usr/sap/QAS/SYS/
    mkdir exe.new
    cd exe.new
    SAPCAR -xvf SAPEXE*.SAR
    SAPCAR -xvf SAPEXEDB*.SAR
    SAPCAR -xvf igsexe*.SAR
    SAPCAR -xvf DBATL*.SAR (if you use Oracle)

    - the stop the SAP system (stopsap)

    - stop saposcol (saposcol -k)

    - stop sapstartsrv (/etc/init.d/sapinit stop or for HP-UX /sbin/init.d/sapinit stop)

    cd /usr/sap/QAS/SYS
    mv exe exe.old
    mv exe.new exe
    cd exe
    su 
    <password>
    ./saproot.sh QAS

    Then restart the instance.

    Markus

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