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Currently upgrade is in Downtime Phase and in MAIN_NEWBAS/XPRAS_AIMMRG,

Hi,

I am doing an EHP2 upgrade on BI 7.0 development server.

Currently upgrade is in Downtime Phase and in MAIN_NEWBAS/XPRAS_AIMMRG, it is started long time back.

no errors reported nor any logs is getting generated,

can any one tell how much time this phase will take.

please guide if any special step needed to perform.

Thanks

Syed

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2011 at 12:05 PM

    Hi,

    This steps generally take long time. And It also depends upon how much optimization you have done for system performance.

    Please also share your DB and OS information.

    Thanks

    Sunny

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2011 at 04:21 PM

    Dear Syed,

    The runtime of this phase is around 8% of the whole update runtime. Therefore, you can get a rough estimate of its runtime based on your total runtime if you have so.

    You can check in the DIR_PUT/tmp folder for the log updates. Also check whether the update process is active at OS level or not.

    This way you can see whether its running or halted.

    Best Regards,

    Abhishek

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    • Former Member

      We came across the same error during the NW730 upgrade and our Downtime phase in the Sandbox was running over 36 hours with no activity on XPRAS_AIMMRG phase. We came across several notes from SAP, new DISP+WORK etc etc and finally we ran the report RSODSO_XPRA_GUID_TO_SID manually in the BW system using SE38, This gave us the idea about the DSOs that are having issues in the activation and we fixed them manually. After that the step finished in less than 10 minutes. Cheers.

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