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Inst. SAP Netweaver 7.0 on Linux SLES10 with SAP MAXDB

Hi community,

we're struggeling already a couple of weeks to have a running system combination described obove. Has anybody finished this installation on a 32-bit environment?

Any hints are very welcome.

Cheers, Michael

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  • Posted on Nov 05, 2009 at 08:08 AM

    Dear Michael,

    Please refer the [Platform Availability Matrix (PAM) of SAP Netweaver 7.0|https://websmp108.sap-ag.de/~form/handler?_APP=00200682500000001303&_EVENT=DISP_NEW&00200682500000002804=01200615320900001250] to get more information.

    As per the OS/DB Product Availability Matrix for SAP NetWeaver 7.0, one can have the combination like SAP NW 7.0 with MAX DB 7.6/7.7 on LINUX SLES 10 (x86_64 64bit, IA64 64bit, IA32 32bit, Power 64bit platforms)

    Regards,

    Bhavik G. Shroff

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  • Posted on Nov 05, 2009 at 08:42 AM

    We can't give you any "hints" unless we know specifically what you are struggling with ?

    Also, please bare in mind SLES 10 32bit is not supported for SR3 installations, only SLES 10 64 bit.

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    Nelis

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    • > - we did not found any specific guide for Ides elsewhere

      There is no special installation guide. The installation is not different to a normal ERP installation but the fact, that you need more disk space in the beginning (e. g. Note 1244548 - IDES ERP 6.0 ECC 6.0 SR3)

      > - we're struggeling with 32-bit stuff, do you know from anybody else running this platform (NW7.0 on Linus SLES 10 with MAXDB)

      We run all our systems on SLES 10 (or SLES 9) with MaxDB (7.6, 7.7) but not on 32bit.

      > - some installation steps have aborted, logon e.g. as root, the installation continues

      Installations must be done as root.

      > - we are using Linux SLES10 SP2

      Good!

      Markus

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