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error message in db02

Hi,

We have migrated our test system from windows(ms sql) to linux(maxdb).

All our products data was there there were no issues with that system.

when i try to execute TX DB02 i get the following error message saying

Name and Server : DE5 - sgtr-s-devde5

DBMRFC Function : DBM_EXECUTE

Command : dbm_version

Error : DBM Error

Return Code : -16

Error Message : command timeout exceeded

The instance is not accessible for MaxDB CCMS.

The instance might not be correctly integrated.

Check the integration in transaction DB59.

You shoudl also perform the connection test there.

can any one please help me in solving this issue so that i can view the table spaces.

Thanks!

Vardhan.

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 06:16 AM

    Hi,

    Check the permission on /sapdb/data and /sapdb/programs directory.it should be a member of user sdb and group sdba.

    Please check the file permission of the same.

    If issue persist please paste the output of the log file KnlMsg under path /sapdb/data/wrk/<SID> .

    Regards,

    Sahil

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      Hi Sahil,

      I have checked the permissions of both the folders every thing is fine

      here i paste the log file of knlmsg

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883824" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x6597" _TASK="157" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      <MSG _NO="1" _ID="12929" _COMP="MsgOutput" _TEXT="Task T157 started">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="TASKING "

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883825" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x6597" _TASK="157" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      <MSG _NO="1" _ID="11007" _COMP="MsgOutput" _TEXT="wait for connection T157">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="COMMUNIC"

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883826" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x654B" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      sgtr-s-devde5.highradius.com 30427">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="COMMUNIC"

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883827" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x6597" _TASK="157" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      sgtr-s-devde5.highradius.com 30427">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="COMMUNIC"

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883828" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x6597" _TASK="157" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      <MSG _NO="1" _ID="11560" _COMP="MsgOutput" _TEXT="Releasing T157">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="COMMUNIC"

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      <MSGL _NO="883829" _PROCESS="25864" _THREAD="0x6597" _TASK="157" _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000">

      <MSG _NO="1" _ID="12827" _COMP="MsgOutput" _TEXT="wait for connection T157">

      <MSG_ARGS

      FILE="MsgOutputKnlDiag.cpp"

      _LINE="407"

      _TIME="2011-07-18 06:56:27.000"

      _LABEL="COMMUNIC"

      />

      </MSG>

      </MSGL>

      Thanks!

      Vardhan.

  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 09:49 PM

    Hello,

    -> Please see the SAP Note No. 1128989 & check the version of the database client installed on the appl. server.

    -> Post output of the command:

    sdbregview -l

    -> Run test connection in /ndb59 & update with the results.

    Also post the version of the SAP kernel, DBSL patch number.

    Thank you & best regagards, Natalia Khlopina

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