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NW 7.0 ehp1 Sp1 problem on linux

Hi All,

I have installed NW 7.0 with EHP 1 SP1 on Linux and database is SAPDB.

Before installation i have set the OS level parameter and have created the users accordingly.

Now the installation is successful and the i can login into the new SAP AS server.

There are two problems:

1. The SAP AS server is running since its installation and when i try to stop the AS server by login as SIDADM, it shows command not found(Command is stopsap or sapstop both).

2. I started sgen in the the same system and after 23 % completion the system has hanged and it is not loggin in. Looks like the log area is full and as i cannot see the SAPDB manager on Linux there is not work around available and the command DBMCLI is also not working from any SAP os user.

Any suggestion is welcome.

Regards,

Sharib

Sorry this is a duplicate entry as the same post is there in SAP on LINUX: Sharib

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    May 27, 2010 at 08:14 AM

    Hi,

    1. The SAP AS server is running since its installation and when i try to stop the AS server by login as SIDADM, it shows command not found(Command is stopsap or sapstop both).

    You can check if path /sapmnt/<SID>/exe is included in your PATH variable of <SID>adm user.

    You can check with "#echo $PATH" command as <SID>adm user.

    OR step in to /sapmnt/<SID>/exe directory to execute "startsap" and "stopsap" command.

    2. I started sgen in the the same system and after 23 % completion the system has hanged and it is not loggin in. Looks like the log area is full and as i cannot see the SAPDB manager on Linux there is not work around available and the command DBMCLI is also not working from any SAP os user.

    Not sure about SAPDB, but in Oracle SGEN generates archive log and /oracle/<SID>/oraarch directory gets filled up. so check the similar thing in SAPDB.

    Main problem is your login profile.

    You can also do one thing. Copy all profiles from <sid>adm user to /etc/profile.d directory. so that all logged in users will have those environment settings.

    Remember all login profiles are hidden so copy it using below command.

    1. su - <SID>adm

    2. cp -a .* /etc/profile.d

    Regards.

    Rajesh Narkhede

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      Hi,

      Can you post the output of "# echo $PATH" as <SID>adm user ?

      it should contain "/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/exe/run" path in $PATH variable...

      Regards.

      Rajesh Narkhede

  • May 27, 2010 at 08:14 AM

    1. Enviromental variables are missing... check that the paths are correct.

    2. You can install the DB Manager on your desktop to administer the Database, if the dbmcli commands are not working is also most likely a env varible problem

    Regards

    Juan

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    Jun 01, 2010 at 09:46 AM

    Hello All,

    Problem resolved.

    To start and stop SAP login as SIDadm.

    $su - SIDadm

    $. .profile

    sidadm>startsap ALL

    or

    sidadm>stopsap ALL

    Thanks for helping....

    Sharib Tasneem

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