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Revert back setting of "memory optimized acitvator" in EHP4 upgarde

Hi all,

I have selected "memory optimized acitvator" YES during Configuration phase.. and continuing with EHP4 installation..

Now i am in phase MAIN_SHDRUN/DDIC_UPG and about to hit ACT_UPG shortly...

Due to the above selection of parameter "memory optimized acitvator" to yes.. I am sure the run time will be very long..

Now in case before starting DDIC_UPG i wanted to revert back to normal setting how would i do that...

"memory optimized acitvator" to NO before starting ACT_UPG phase.. Any ideas to save the run time...

Thanks,

rahul

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  • Posted on Jun 23, 2011 at 11:26 AM

    Hi,

    Its not possible to change this setting now.

    Thanks

    Sunny

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Sunny,

      I am thinking to start all over again...after runt ime of 48 hours there is no luck.. as i stated only PHASES.txt is updating again.

      I wanted to reset installation and start full process again, Resetting i understood either from GUI or from command line.

      How do i uninstall shadow system after stopping the services ? with out affecting the source....

      As usual i can take a backup of current EHP upgrde directory for support analysis and remove/create new one and start all over again.

      thanks & regards,

      rahul

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