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TP error during SP stack import

Hello all,

I am encountering an issue while applying SP 21 to our Solution Manager 7.0 system.

Stack is calculated properly, but during phase: IMPORT_OBJECT_LIST I get an error 12. ALOG shows the error 'error during executing the tp command TP CMD ALL <SID>'

Does anyone know how this can be resolved? I have not yet performed the latest kernel upgrade. I was doing the ABAP stack first, then kernel, then JAVA.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2012 at 05:41 PM

    Hi Ben,

    I suggest you to upgrade the kernel and try again. In general Kernel should be upgraded prior SP update. Please paste detailed error log if you still face issue.

    Purna

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      Hello,

      As purna said, before installing ABAP SPs, you have to update the kernel and SPAM first to avoid problems. You should also check here before start the update

      Note 822379 - Known problems with Support Packages in SAP NW 7.0x AS ABAP

      Cheers,

      Diego.

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2012 at 09:32 PM

    Thanks all. I followed the note and checked SM21 and the ALOGS. Turns out it was a full file system.

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