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MAIN_SHDCRE/EU_IMPORT2 phase REPOSRC conversion failed

Hello,

We are in the process upgrading our R/34.7 system to ECC EHP5 SP6 ,

our upgrade is stopped in the phase MAIN_SHDCRE/EU_IMPORT2 phase.

info from EX000015.DPR

(DB) INFO: connected to DB

(DB) INFO: DbSlControl(DBSL_CMD_NLS_CHARACTERSET_GET): UTF8

(SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file SQLFiles.LST

(SQL) INFO: SQLFiles.LST not found

(SQL) ERROR: could not find regular export directory

(SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file SSEXC.SQL

(SQL) INFO: SSEXC.SQL not found

(SQL) ERROR: could not find regular export directory

(DB) INFO: REPOSRC~ created #20111205145117

ERROR in report conversion

conversion of 'REPOSRC~ '

actual program name (in hex)):

434C55525F4E57373D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D3D4343494D502020202020

actual language (in hex)): 20

could not alloc memory (id: REPOCNV, size: 37743592)

(CNV) ERROR: data conversion failed. rc = 2

(DB) INFO: REPOSRC^0 created #20111205150200

(DB) INFO: REPOSRC^SPM created #20111205150204

(DB) INFO: disconnected from DB

updated exe,exenew and R3load to latest level but still same problem

Thanks in Advance

Regards

Veeramalla

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2011 at 11:12 AM

    > actual language (in hex)): 20

    > could not alloc memory (id: REPOCNV, size: 37743592)

    > (CNV) ERROR: data conversion failed. rc = 2

    Looks like problem with memory. Please check.

    Thanks

    Sunny

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