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ECC 6.0 EHP1 - EHP4 upgrade space error

We are running a distributed installation on a Microsoft cluster environment. While running the EHP4 upgrade, there is an error while checking the space requirements.

DB is running on a different server and EHPI has identified the Z drive where the data files exists. But the actual data files are sitting underneath the Z drive on mount points Eg; Z:\SQL\DATA.. Is there any way that we could point EHPI to the current location? Any pointers would be appreciated.

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ERROR> Insufficient free space in the database as follows:

IN DATABASE UE1

---> Make sure that you have 1600 MB freespace available

---> in the database UE1

INFO> Please note the following considerations to increase your database:

---> Disk space usable for autogrow: 633 MB

---> Calculated freespace in database UE1: 19 MB

IF OPTION AUTOGROW is SET:

Please make sure that you extend the disk space available

to the database by 948 MB

IF OPTION AUTOGROW is NOT SET:

Please make sure that you extend your database by 948 MB

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Thank You

Krishna Prasad

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 07:29 PM

    Hi,

    Since data files folder lies under Z drive. So, do you have amount of space free in this drive that upgrade is requesting ?

    Thanks

    Sunny

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 04:31 AM

    You can accommodate shadow instance in separate server .

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