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CE 7.2 error while installation

Dear All,

I am facing issues while installing NW CE 7.2/ Oracle/ Linux x86_64.

at the Install Bootstrap phase, sap installation is failed due to the following error

An error occurred while processing option <i>SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (CE) 7.2 > Installation Options > Application Server Java > Standard System > Standard System

( Last error reported by the step: Process call '/usr/sap/SID/SYS/exe/uc/linuxx86_64/sapcpe stdoutput pf=/usr/sap/SID/SYS/profile/SID_J02_hostname list:/usr/sap/SID/SYS/exe/jvm/linuxx86_64/sapjvm_6.1.006/sapjvm_6.lst source:/usr/sap/SID/SYS/exe/jvm/linuxx86_64/sapjvm_6.1.006' exits with error code 4. For details see log file(s) sapcpe_sapinst.log.)

In the sapcpe_sapinst.log, It is found the following errors

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  • WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: there is a problem to copy <src> because uid of <src> is 0

, 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2176]

  • WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: sapcpe skip copying <src>, because it is not able to set the right file mode to the target file

, 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2177]

  • WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: copy <src> to <dst> with root permissions

, 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2178]

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ActualizeLocalFileOrDir: sapjvmmanifest.mf (FPM:0x0)

ActualizeLocalFile: sapjvmmanifest.mf

Files scanned......: 638 329.00 MB

  • All local files, which are available and defined, are up to date. **

Required Time......: 0:14

Copy Errors detected.................: 0

Sync Errors detected.................: 0

Not copied files (UID=0) detected....: 634

I am unable to understood the reson of this failure, Can some one help to resolve this issue.

Thanks and Regards

Purna

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 09:48 AM

    Check if there's mount or soft link between sapexe & sapmnt directory

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 10:13 AM

    This could be an issue with permissions of the mounted file system. Check the permissions or see if you can get the file systems unmounted and mounted . Also go to the directory where sapcpe is trying to copy and check if pwd or cd commands work.

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    Posted on Mar 02, 2012 at 07:00 AM

    Change the permissions on /usr/sap/SID/SYS/exe/jvm/linuxx86_64/sapjvm_6.1.006/ to <sidadm>:sapsys and 775.

    Thanks,

    Pradeep

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    • Former Member

      Hi all,

      I have similar problem, but my error is:

      *** WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: there is a problem to copy <src> because uid of <src> is 0

      , 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2444]

      *** WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: sapcpe skip copying <src>, because it is not able to set the right file mode to the target file

      , 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2445]

      *** WARNING: ActualizeLocalFile: copy <src> to <dst> with root permissions

      , 2, No such file or directory, [sapxxcpe.c:2446]

      i dont know what the path is of src and dst and i can't even find the file sapxxcpe.c

      Thanks!

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