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eRROR => Java node 'server0' terminated with exit code 2150- PI 7.3

hi guys,

getting error after kernel patching -

current system details-

SAP NW 7.3 (abap+java) - used for PI 7.3, database - ms sql, windows server 2008 R2,

abap system is running fine-

activity done before error -

jspm, sap jvm, patches done successfully,

by mistake i downloaded kernel 720_ext patches and applied with jspm,

now if i want to revert back to original i am not able to do it,

also i have downloaded 720_rel with high patch level,and replaced but same error is coming,

kindly suggest how i can revert back those things to original,


i also went through notes but not useful



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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2013 at 06:37 AM

    Could you please paste dev_server0 and std_server0 logs here?



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    • Hello

      It is due to the fact you have deployed components that are not compatible to the system.

      If you have taken the backup of the old kernel then stop SAP (ABAP and Java) and Database.

      Stop all SAP related services from services.msc

      Delete the kernel files from these two places.



      Put the old kernel files that you have backed up before the activity to the above locations.

      Start all the SAP services from services.msc

      Start Database and SAP.

      Unfortunately if you have not backed up the old kernel then you may copy the files from another system in the landscape.



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    Posted on Mar 10, 2013 at 05:25 AM

    hi guys,

    also i found about this note - but could not get this note-

    1714048 - core service [tc~lm~nzdm~crrsrv] failed to start; exit code [2150]

    kindly give info on this,



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