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Nov 26, 2009 at 08:57 AM

How to start sap on linux while booting?

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Hi all,

I want to start and stop SAP automatically when the system starts or is stopped.

In earlier Suse (SLES 9) releases there was a script sapr3 in /etc/init.d which could be used for it, when the file /etc/sysconfig/sapr3 was filled correctly.

In newer releases (SLES 10) there is no such script (besides boot.sapconf, which is uesd to set the sap parameters).

Does anybody know how to start and stop sap systems using the init.d mechanism?

Thank you for you help.

Best regards

Christian