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update record failed with "SPOC 003: Error in spool C call: Error from TemS

Guys

I have 4.7 production system with 4 dialog instance

The logon groups are configured .

For 1 of the application server ,when user does any PO or GR ,update fails with above message

The spool is configured to stored on file . SM21 says read /write problem on /globle/100SPOOL

But all is very good .sidadm has all read,write permission on this

More it also shows "Operating system call gethostbyname failed "

Please help me to solve this

Thanks a ton in advance

-Ganesh

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2010 at 12:25 PM

    First check why you get: Operating system call gethostbyname failed.

    Sounds like some kind of dns lookup problem.

    For starters:

    Can you log on to the appl.server in question and ping the other appl.servers + central instance with their host names?

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2010 at 07:25 PM

    Hi,

    Could you perform the tests advised in the following Note :-

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    SAP Note 25941 - SAP System does not find host name of

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    cheers !

    PRADi

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