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Download Directory for Solution Manager upgrade to 7.1

Dear Gurus,

I am upgrading Solution Manager from 7.01 to 7.1. I have kept all the files downloaded as per stack.xml in download directory. Still in Extraction phase it is asking for mount points to the upgrade DVDs. As per note 1462137, I have added following files:


SOLMAN 7.1 UM_USER_ENV for <your_database>

Though it has passed through , but intermittently it's asking for upgrade DVD mount phase in the nest phases.

Please let me know whether I have to download any other files from SMP like exports (18 files), SL Controller (2 files) also in addition to stack.xml downloaded files. Please suggest what more files to be downloaded and keep in download directory?



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    Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 10:16 AM


    Are you getting any error?

    the 2 files are master Upgrade DVDs, they are perfect, hope you get stack xml from MOPZ, now You need to mount these those DVD files locally to your host and also Kernal files, (like dump/upgrade/51040869_16/NW_Kernel_7.20_Linux/DATA_UNITS), then give the mount point path in SUM,

    pls refer the recent discussion regarding te same

    Please update



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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 11:06 AM


    You need to provide the SL controller 700 and SL controller 720 also. I assume it is not present in the

    kernel DVD. You can check the contene tof the kernel DVD downloaded. If not please provide them also as done with the UM_USR_ENV DVDs.

    If you still have the issue, please attach the CDTRACE.TRC from the ../abap/trc/ and MIDService.log from the ../sdt/log/ directory.

    Hope it helps.



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