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Usage of splitter (OssNote 1043380) with Sapinst 620/640

Dears,

I'm trying to export a big Oracle dabatase throught Sapinst, in order to perform a Unicode conversion.

It's a R/3 47 Ent ext 200 system, with kernel 640_REL, based on Was 620.

So I'm using the NUC Installation Master 620/640, (Edition May 2008), Number 51033746.

This Sapinst under the branch SystemCopy-> SourceSystem has only two items:

-Table Splitting preparation

- DB Export

I need to split the biggest tables, but I experimented the first item is very very slow (I'm not able to see it finished), as it try to perform a :

"SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT MANDT) FROM..." for the tables I want to split.

So I try to use the splitter script by note 1043380; I know it and I already used successfully in the past with latest Sapinst 700 .

Unfortunately the Sapinst I'm using is different and it's not so easy to integrate the WHR files produced by the splitter.

Even if you copy them under the /DATA directory the R3load does not take them in consideration duting the database export phase.

Any suggestion?

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2012 at 01:52 PM

    Hi Roberto,

    Table splitting makes use of migmon. In this release MIGMON ain't fully integrated with SAPinst (like in case of 7.00). You need to start migmon for both export and import manually for table splitting to work.

    Regards.

    Ruchit.

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