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Problem when start loading the SAP DB for TestDrive NW4 for Linux

Dear everyone,

I hav install the NW4 test drive which just released on last month, but I cant open the database. I m able to execute 'startsap nw4host'. but when it load half-way, on the step of opening sapdb, it faces problem..

Below is the log file from /sapmnt/home/nw4adm/startdb.log:

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:06 MYT 2005

LOGFILE FOR STARTING DATABASE

Trying to start database ...

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:06 MYT 2005

Checking required environment variables

SAPSYSTEMNAME is >NW4<

Start database with xuserkey >c<

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:06 MYT 2005

Connect to the database to check the database state

dbmcli: connect check finished with return code: 0

Database not available

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:06 MYT 2005

Starting XServer 12916

XSERVER Found other running x_server with version 'X32/LINUX 7.5.0 Build 010-121-066-665'

12902 XSERVER started, 'already...'

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:06 MYT 2005

Starting database

Starting Database Instance...

OK

Opening Database...

ERR

-24895,ERR_SHUTDOWN: shutdown of database occured

-71,connection broken server state 6

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Mon Aug 1 21:48:18 MYT 2005

Connect to the database to verify the database is now open

dbmcli check finished with return code: 0

Database start failed

Above is the content of log file.. hai, feel desperate to install it... Any solution or anything i din set properly?

Please advice.. Thanks a lot.

Cheers,

Isaac

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2005 at 01:53 AM

    in addition, my DB is MaxDB 7.5.. I download the iso (5 CDs) from Download section.

    I install it in Linux Fedora Core 4.

    Thanks and regards.

    Cheers,

    Isaac

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