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Jun 16, 2010 at 10:16 PM

700 Unicode 258 kernel update- Instance does not start

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Hi----


I prepared a new kernel (using files in

SAP KERNEL 7.00 64-BIT UNICODE -> Windows Server on x64 64bit) -


Sapexe 236 sapexedb 236 dw 258 sapwebdisp 258 igsexe 17.)

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When I start the instance on Windows 2003 Server, the DISP+WORK.exe say 'Running waiting for message server' then goes to 'Stopped. The IGSWD.EXE however goes to green Status "Running". No ABAP WPs have started up.

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The error in the instance work directory is in Stderr1 file-

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Points to a shared memory creation problem - but how can I fix this ?

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  • ERROR => [CreateOsShm] CreateFileMapping(37,65 KB) failed with Err=5

ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED: Access is denied. [shmnt.c 2174]

  • ERROR => ShmCreate: Create (37,67072,1) failed [shmnt.c 506]

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  • Memory diagnostic *

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Systeminformation

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Processor-Typ : Processor-Count : 2

Operating System : NT 5.2, Build 3790

Service Pack : Service Pack 2

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NT Pagefile Informations

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Config. minimum size : 37888000 K

Config. maximum size : 37888000 K

Avail. maximum size : 37888000 K

Num

Pagefile

Min.Size

Max.Size

Avail.Max

Curr.Size







1

c:\pagefile.sys

17408000 K

17408000 K

17408000 K

17408000 K

2

e:\pagefile.sys

20480000 K

20480000 K

20480000 K

20480000 K

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NT Task Manager Informations

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Total Handles : 0

Total Threads : 0

Total Processes : 0

Commit Charge Total : 0 K

Commit Charge Limit : 0 K

Commit Charge Peak : 16 K

Phys.Memory Total : 0 K

Phys.Memory Available : 0 K

File Cache : 0 K

Kernel Memory Total : 0 K

Kernel Memory Paged : 0 K

Kernel Memory Nonpaged : 0 K

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Memory usage of current process

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Total virt.address space : 0000008589934464 K

Avail.virt.address space : 0000008589692256 K

Private Pages : 0 K

Total heap size : 12231 K

Virtual memory regions : 0 K

Uncommitted heap memory : 8164 K

Allocated heap memory : 2611 K

Moveable heap memory : 339 K

DDE shared heap memory : 0 K

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Memory usage of all processes

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PID

Image

Instance

Work.Set

WS Peak

Priv.Pages

PP Peak

Pg Fault









1344

sapstartsrv.exe

18788 K

18788 K

23812 K

23816 K

4

3308

disp+work.EXE

9360 K

9412 K

69620 K

69724 K

2

3304

igswd.EXE

3672 K

3964 K

2904 K

3268 K

1

1324

igsmux.exe

4096 K

4096 K

5952 K

5952 K

1

3256

igspw.exe

3100 K

3100 K

3708 K

3708 K

0

1000

igspw.exe

3100 K

3100 K

3708 K

3708 K

0









Sum

42116 K

109704 K

CrtOsSemAdm: Can't protect begin page (Ptr=FFFFFFFFFFFFF000,RC=87)

CrtOsSemAdm: Can't protect end page (Ptr=000000000000F000,RC=487)

call semaphore clean-up function ...

***LOG Q0E=> DpSigGenHandler, Exception (c0000005) [dpnttool.c 438]

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C-STACK -


SAP (R) - R/3(TM) Callstack, Version 1.0

Copyright (C) SAP AG. All rights reserved.

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Application exception occurred:

Exception : c0000005 (Access Violation)

App : disp+work.EXE (pid=3308)

When : 6/16/2010 23:34:16.631

Threads : 1

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Computer Name : OLTOVMDQ

User Name : SAPSeOAE

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Number of Processors: 2

Processor Type: EM64T Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11

Windows Version : 5.2 Current Build: 3790

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State Dump for Thread Id cf0

-- > (FAULT) Stack Back Trace < --

FramePtr ReturnAd Param#1 Function Name

000000000840fe40 0000000000464b36 0000000000000510 disp+work!SemInit [semnt.c (866)]

000000000840feb0 0000000000430611 ffffffff00000001 disp+work!DpShmPrfCreate [dpxxprf.c (399)]

000000000840fee0 000000000040108d ffffffff00000002 disp+work!DpMain [dpxxdisp.c (1097)]

000000000840ff10 0000000001a5df51 0000000000000000 disp+work!nlsui_main [thxxanf.c (84)]

000000000840ff70 0000000077d5964c 0000000000000000 disp+work!wmainCRTStartup [crtexe.c (498)]

000000000840ffa0 0000000000000000 0000000001a5dde0 kernel32!BaseProcessStart

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Wed Jun 16 23:34:17 2010

call clean-up function ...

  • ERROR => SigICallExitRoutine: not initialized [signt.c 304]

return from clean-up function ...

cheers

Michael