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    Hi All,

     

    We checked and found that We have one table APQD in our ECC 6.0 system which is taking 39.54 GB space.

     

    I am trying to find out which type of data is stored in this table and ways by which we can reduce its size.

     

    Please suggest me ways by which we can reduce of this table and which type of data is stored in the table.

     

    Regards,

     

    Shivam Mittal


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    Dear All

     

    We upgraded recently the Oracle Grid Infrastructure to 12.1.0.2 and to Linux 6 (Exadata).

    The databases are still on 11.2.0.4.

     

    Afterwards the call of brtools like brspace, brconnect, etc. fails.

     

    An example:

    brspace -u / -f dbshow

     

    BR1001I BRSPACE 7.40 (16)

    BR0251E Function setreuid() failed at location BrEnvProcess-111

    BR0253E errno 11: Resource temporarily unavailable

     

     

    BR0700E Fatal errors occurred - terminating processing...

     

     

    BR1008I End of BRSPACE processing: serhyvat.log 2015-09-03 13:56:07

    BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2015-09-03 13:56:07

    BR1007I BRSPACE terminated with errors

     

     

    Although the output says the output is written to a .log file, there is no file.

     

    After upgrading to GI 12.1.0.2 we used first brtools 7.20 (40). As we thought the old version could be the issue we upgraded then to 7.40 (16). The error is the same for 7.20 (40) as for 7.40 (16).

     

    I couldn't find any matching document regarding 'setreuid' and 'errno 11:'.

     

    Did someone had the same issue?

    A step missed on the upgrade?

    Linux configuration missing?

     

    regards

    fabian


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    Dear Experts,

     

    I am trying to configure a simple BRBACKUP using RMAN to local disk (for test purposes) and nothing more.

    And here the opinions are splitting:

     

    According to:

     

    http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/a8910c3a-0d01-0010-a6a9-f4a8aae140fe?overridelayout=t…

     

    this should be possible:

     

    RMAN Full Backup at Level 0 to Disk

    A full backup with RMAN and without the backup library can be made to a local disk only.

     

    But on the other side, according to:

     

    RMAN-Relevant Profile Parameters - SAP Database Guide: Oracle (BC-DB-ORA-DBA) - SAP Library

     

    RMAN Backups Without Backup Library

    For normal backups to disk with RMAN, you need to make the following entries in the initialization file init<DBSID>.sap or the corresponding command options:

    · backup_dev_type = disk

    · disk_copy_cmd = rman


    Here I don't fully agree with the last statement, because I have been trying this configuration. It basically uses the rman

    binary in order to just copy the files to the backup location, instead using cp, it is not the full-featured rman backup taken

    at DB block level (where also the dynamic block change tracking comes into play) and also no verification takes place.


    I have configured a device type disk in RMAN and when I run RMAN> backup database;

    this works and takes the backup as it should, but when I run brbackup, it somehow looks for an SBT_TAPE device,

    which of course I don't have.

    Here I need to say, that I have specified backup_dev_type = rman_disk (which I know, is the full-featured rman backup)

    Can please somebody enlighten me on how to configure brbackup, so that it would look for the device type disk and not

    SBT_TAPE ? I have been checking all the rman_ options, but none of them seems to do the trick.


    Many thanks in advance!


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    Hi. I'm installing ECC 6.0 In Oracle 10.0.4.2 and when creating table (step 10 I guess) I have received an error from the system. Can anyone give me a hint about it?

    I need your help as I am not a SAP expert. The log is attached.

    Thanks.


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    Hi Friends,

     

    we are facing issue while taking online backup using brtools below error is comming when we start backup.

     

    BR0051I BRBACKUP 7.40 (13)

    BR0055I Start of database backup: berinruj.and 2015-09-06 16:33:33

    BR0484I BRBACKUP log file: \oracle\SID\sapbackup\berinruj.and

    BR0280I BRBACKUP time stamp: 2015-09-06 16:33:34

    BR0301E SQL error -1565 at location BrInitOraCreate-5, SQL statement:

    '/* BRBACKUP AT PROF_CONN */ CREATE PFILE = '\oracle\SID\11204\database\sapSID

    .ora' FROM SPFILE = '\oracle\EMP\11204\database\spfileEMP.ora''

    ORA-01565: error in identifying file '\oracle\SID\11204\database\spfileSID.ora

    '

    ORA-27046: file size is not a multiple of logical block size

    OSD-04012: file size mismatch (OS 5633)

    BR0303E Determination of Oracle version failed

     

     

    BR0056I End of database backup: berinruj.and 2015-09-06 16:33:34

    BR0280I BRBACKUP time stamp: 2015-09-06 16:33:34

    BR0054I BRBACKUP terminated with errors.

     

    System is up and running but while taking backup this issue is comming kindly advice.

     

    Thanks

    Tabrayz


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  • 09/06/15--23:05: controlfile problems!
  • During installation of SAP, i have encounter this

     

    1.)

    ERROR at line 1:

    ORA-01503: CREATE CONTROLFILE failed

    ORA-01565: error in identifying file

    '%ORACLE_HOME%\DATABASE\DBS1%ORACLE_SID%.ORA'

    ORA-27041: unable to open file

    OSD-04002: unable to open file

    O/S-Error: (OS 2) The system cannot find the file specified.


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  • 09/07/15--01:51: Oracle Statistics Issue
  •      Hi

     

    Can any one explain what is the difference between calculating statistics using DB13  with brconnect -u / -c -f stats -t all -f collect command.

    What is the recommended tool for calculating Oracle statistics


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    Hi,

     

    Is it possible to upgrade 10.2.0.4 to 11.2.0.4 directly?

     

    Regards,

    Karthik


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    Hi,

     

    Does SAP provides any API's to get the SAP DB performance counters? For example: Transaction code : ST04 gives database monitoring performance information, such as physical(/logical) reads, writes, busy waits etc. I would like to get this information through API's.

     

    Can you please suggest on how do I retrieve the SAP Database performance metrics.

     

    Thanks,

    Mahesh


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    Hi guys, I keep on trying to install SAP ECC 6.0 and I just received this errors in the log:

    The system tries to import something but it can't. The rest of the processes start to fail.

    Thanks for the answer in advanced.


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    Hi hopefully this is an easy question to answer

     

    I have noticed that the parameters Processes and Sessions are set too low on our ECC6 system. However i am not sure by how much.

     

    I know the values should be worked out by the following

     

    PROCESSES

    (#ABAP work processes * 2) +

    (#J2EE server processes * <max-connections> ) +

    PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS + 40

     

    SESSIONS = 2 * PROCESSES

     

     

    Our system is ABAP only so i dont need to count the J2ee section. However for the ABAP work processes, what i am confused about is if this should be just the central instance's work processes or should include the additional work processes from the application server connected to it?

     

    e.g. i have a central instance with the DB on which has 21 WPs and an app server connected to it with 14 WPs. So should the first calculation be (21*2) or ((21+14)*2)

     

    Can someone confirm?

     

    Regards


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    Dear experts,

     

    I am finally doing the import of the unicode system and I am facing a problem with 2 failing packages.

    They are nametab tables. Here is the error from the log file:

     

    (SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file SQLFiles.LST

    (SQL) INFO: SQLFiles.LST not found

    (SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/SQLFiles.LST

    (SQL) INFO: found /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/SQLFiles.LST

    (SQL) INFO: Trying to open /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/SQLFiles.LST

    (SQL) INFO: /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/SQLFiles.LST opened

    (SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file SSEXC.SQL

    (SQL) INFO: SSEXC.SQL not found

    (SQL) INFO: Searching for SQL file /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/ORA/SSEXC.SQL

    (SQL) INFO: found /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/ORA/SSEXC.SQL

    (SQL) INFO: Trying to open /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/ORA/SSEXC.SQL

    (SQL) INFO: /<export_dir>/ABAP/DB/ORA/SSEXC.SQL opened

    (DB) INFO: DDXTT created #20150804130134

     

    (RFF) ERROR: no entry for table "DDXTT" in "/<export_dir>/ABAP/DATA/DDXTT.TOC", aborting the task

    (DB) INFO: disconnected from DB

     

    /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/exe/uc/sunx86_64/R3load: job finished with 1 error(s)

    /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/exe/uc/sunx86_64/R3load: END OF LOG: 20150804130134

     

    When I check the file /<export_dir>/ABAP/DATA/DDXTT.TOC

     

    vn: R7.20/V1.6

    id: b5b471f500000043

    cp: 4103

    data_with_checksum

    tab: [HEADER]

    fil: DDXTT.001 1024

    1 1

    eot: #0 rows 20150724092718

    tab: DDXTT_1B

    eot: #0 rows 20150724092732

     

    eof: #20150724092732

     

    It doesn't contain an entry for table DDXTT, but for table DDXTT_1B !!! Does anyone have a clue

    what is going on? I have checked on other systems and table DDXTT_1B is not existing, and table

    DDXTT is completely empty.

     

    I have also exactly the same problem for table DDXTT_CONV_UC, in the corresponding TOC file

    it is listed as:

     

    tab: DDXTT_2B

    eot: #0 rows 20150724112153

     

    I thought of a bug in R3load, but I am using kernel 7.21 EXT patch 402 and R3load patch 419.

    I only found SAP notes about trouble with earlier kernel patches, like note 1905316 for example

    which mentions patch 134 of this kernel.

    Also, when I was generating the unicode nametabs in the non-unicode system, it went all fine

    and there were no errors...

    So what to do now ? I can think of two possible solutions, except for repeating the export:

    1) Modify the .TSK file and set the line D DDXTT I err to status ok. I think this should be OK, as

    the table is empty anyway.

    2) Modify the .TOC file and change DDXTT_1B to DDXTT, as table DDXTT_1B is not existing.

     

    PLEASE kindly help me to sort out this issue! Many thanks in advance!


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    Dear Experts,

    For SAP NW 730 upgrade to NW 731, I am working in planning phase.

    Here I need to gather the requirement from Oracle DB perspective which is running on 11.2. SBP version too will be provided if required.

     

    I have already gone through the upgrade Master guide and Stack specific SUM tool guide.

     

    Also i have covered the note 1805195 - Handling and troubleshooting of tablespaces during Upgrades, EhPs and SPs updates, which SAP says is release independent.

    I am highly doubtful with the TS name changes after upgrade, as per the note mentioned above. As, i have never seen any TS  with name PSAP<SID>X. Also it speaks in length about the issues encountered during that stage due to inconsistencies with TBTCO tables.

     

     

    Since as per the upgrade guide, these issues will be encountered at DB cloning stage only, I would request have the right information handy with me to avoid any delay at the time of upgrade.

     

    Please provide your understanding on how DB cloning can be optimized and how to avoid known issues with TS modification in downtime.

     

    Thanks

    Abhijeet


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    Dear Experts,

     

    I want to upgrade my oracle from 10.2.0.4 to 10.2.0.5..

     

    My doubt is... Whether it will be full installation like 11G or we can do only patch upgrade.... by downloading MOPATCH, OPATCH, 10.2.0.5 RDBMS patch and SBP patch??

     

    Please confirm

     

    Regards,

    Karthik


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  • 09/08/15--03:00: SAP ECC 6 in Oracle 10.0.4.2
  • Hi all, I got some problems when installing SAPE ECC6 in Oracle. I really need a answer as I don't have access to SAP documentation on line.

    Could you please give me a hint? It really drives me crazy. Here part of the logs:

    Thanks in advanced.

     

    import_monitor:

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:09:34 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SAPAPPL1_6' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPAPPL1_6.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPAPPL1_6.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'SAPAPPL1_6.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:09:36 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SAPAPPL1_9' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPAPPL1_9.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPAPPL1_9.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'SAPAPPL1_9.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:09:40 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SAPAPPL0_5' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPAPPL0_5.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPAPPL0_5.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'SAPAPPL0_5.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'OCSCMPLOBJ' import package is started.

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask processPackage

    Loading of 'OCSCMPLOBJ' import package into database:

    C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i OCSCMPLOBJ.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l OCSCMPLOBJ.log -stop_on_error

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SAPSSEXC_4' import package is started.

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask processPackage

    Loading of 'SAPSSEXC_4' import package into database:

    C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPSSEXC_4.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPSSEXC_4.log -stop_on_error

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'USRBF2' import package is started.

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:02 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask processPackage

    Loading of 'USRBF2' import package into database:

    C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i USRBF2.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l USRBF2.log -stop_on_error

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:10:03 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'USRBF2' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i USRBF2.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l USRBF2.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'USRBF2.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:10:03 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SAPSSEXC_4' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPSSEXC_4.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPSSEXC_4.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'SAPSSEXC_4.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:32 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'SCPRSVALS' import package is started.

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:32 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask processPackage

    Loading of 'SCPRSVALS' import package into database:

    C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SCPRSVALS.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SCPRSVALS.log -stop_on_error

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:32 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'PPOIX' import package is started.

     

     

    TRACE: 2015-09-06 06:10:32 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask processPackage

    Loading of 'PPOIX' import package into database:

    C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i PPOIX.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l PPOIX.log -stop_on_error

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:10:33 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'OCSCMPLOBJ' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i OCSCMPLOBJ.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l OCSCMPLOBJ.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'OCSCMPLOBJ.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    ERROR: 2015-09-06 06:10:33 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run

    Loading of 'PPOIX' import package is interrupted with R3load error.

    Process 'C:\usr\sap\CSN\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i PPOIX.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l PPOIX.log -stop_on_error' exited with return code 2.

    For mode details see 'PPOIX.log' file.

    Standard error output:

    sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.

    sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

    sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline

     

     

    import monitor.java

     

     

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 26, completed 76, failed 1, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPAPPL1_6' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 26, completed 76, failed 2, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPAPPL1_9' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 26, completed 76, failed 3, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 25, completed 76, failed 3, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 24, completed 76, failed 3, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 23, completed 76, failed 3, total 105.

    Loading of 'OCSCMPLOBJ' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 23, completed 76, failed 4, total 105.

    Loading of 'USRBF2' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 23, completed 76, failed 5, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPSSEXC_4' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 23, completed 76, failed 6, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 22, completed 76, failed 6, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 21, completed 76, failed 6, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 20, completed 76, failed 6, total 105.

    Loading of 'SCPRSVALS' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 20, completed 76, failed 7, total 105.

    Loading of 'SEOCOMPOTX' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 20, completed 76, failed 8, total 105.

    Loading of 'PPOIX' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 20, completed 76, failed 9, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 19, completed 76, failed 9, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 18, completed 76, failed 9, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 17, completed 76, failed 9, total 105.

    Loading of 'SEOSUBCODF' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 17, completed 76, failed 10, total 105.

    Loading of 'TRDIRT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 17, completed 76, failed 11, total 105.

    Loading of 'SCPRSVALL' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 17, completed 76, failed 12, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 16, completed 76, failed 12, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 15, completed 76, failed 12, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 12, total 105.

    Loading of 'TMENU01T' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 13, total 105.

    Loading of 'TODIR' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 14, total 105.

    Loading of 'WBCROSSGT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 13, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 12, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Loading of 'FUPARAREF' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 16, total 105.

    Loading of 'DOKIL' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 17, total 105.

    Loading of 'DD08T' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 10, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 9, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Loading of 'COEJ' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 19, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPSDOCU' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 20, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPSPROT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 7, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 6, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Loading of 'CATF' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 22, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPUSER' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 23, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPPOOL' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 4, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 3, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPUSER1' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 25, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPDFACT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 26, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPDDIM' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 27, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 1, completed 76, failed 27, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAP0000' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 1, completed 76, failed 28, total 105.

     

     

    sapinst

     

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 13, total 105.

    Loading of 'TODIR' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 14, total 105.

    Loading of 'WBCROSSGT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 14, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 13, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 12, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 15, total 105.

    Loading of 'FUPARAREF' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 16, total 105.

    Loading of 'DOKIL' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 17, total 105.

    Loading of 'DD08T' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 11, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 10, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 9, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 18, total 105.

    Loading of 'COEJ' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 19, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPSDOCU' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 20, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPSPROT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 8, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 7, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 6, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 21, total 105.

    Loading of 'CATF' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 22, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPUSER' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 23, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPPOOL' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 5, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 4, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 3, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 3, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 24, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPUSER1' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 2, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 25, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPDFACT' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 26, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAPDDIM' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 2, completed 76, failed 27, total 105.

    Import Monitor jobs: running 1, waiting 1, completed 76, failed 27, total 105.

    Loading of 'SAP0000' import package: ERROR

    Import Monitor jobs: running 0, waiting 1, completed 76, failed 28, total 105.

     

     

    ERROR 2015-09-07 13:40:52.187

    CJS-30022  Program 'Migration Monitor' exits with error code 103. For details see log file(s) import_monitor.java.log, import_monitor.log.

     

     

    ERROR 2015-09-07 13:40:52.375

    FCO-00011  The step runMigrationMonitor with step key |NW_ABAP_OneHost|ind|ind|ind|ind|0|0|NW_Onehost_System|ind|ind|ind|ind|1|0|NW_CreateDBandLoad|ind|ind|ind|ind|10|0|NW_ABAP_Import_Dialog|ind|ind|ind|ind|5|0|NW_ABAP_Import|ind|ind|ind|ind|0|0|runMigrationMonitor was executed with status ERROR ( Last error reported by the step :Program 'Migration Monitor' exits with error code 103. For details see log file(s) import_monitor.java.log, import_monitor.log.).

     

     

    INFO 2015-09-07 13:43:22.640

    An error occured and the user decided to stop.\n Current step "|NW_ABAP_OneHost|ind|ind|ind|ind|0|0|NW_Onehost_System|ind|ind|ind|ind|1|0|NW_CreateDBandLoad|ind|ind|ind|ind|10|0|NW_ABAP_Import_Dialog|ind|ind|ind|ind|5|0|NW_ABAP_Import|ind|ind|ind|ind|0|0|runMigrationMonitor".

     

     

    INFO 2015-09-07 13:43:33.265

    Creating file C:\Program Files\sapinst_instdir\.lastInstallationLocation.

     

     

    INFO 2015-09-07 13:43:33.343

    Creating file C:\Program Files\sapinst_instdir\ERPEhP4\AS-ABAP\ORA\CENTRAL\__instana_tmp.xml.


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    Hi all,

     

     

    Now i installed the new SAP NW7.4 system with oracle version 11204

     

    but now i am checking to connect BRTOOLS in su - ora<sid> it will displaying commend not found.

     

    please help me how to solve the issue.

     

     

    Regards,

     

    Prakash.K

    8124708405.


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  • 09/08/15--10:00: SAP Backup on EMC Datadomain
  • Hi all,

     

     

    we're doing SAP backups via Brtools + EMC's DataBoost technology for serveral weeks - this scenario works pretty well for taking backups but

    we're facing a problem in connection with retention period. Where do you guys configure it? Assuming the parameters resides

    in the  *.sap files (default: 30 days) seemed to be wrong as we tried to recover a backup that was older than 20 days thus the question, where do we configure the retention period for backups using BRTOOLS and EMC DataBoost technology?

     

     

    Thanks in advance,

    Rafael


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    Hi

     

    We have a system on Linux Suse with Oracle databases, We are updating ERP 6.0 to ERP 6.0 EHP7, but when I run the command with the user SIDADM on the application server;

     

    brconnect -u -c -f dbstate -RDB

     

    display next error

     

     

    brconnect.jpg


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    Hi,

     

    we are getting archive backup failed. Backup is scheduled in DB13 & after triggering, following logs are given below.

     

    BR0010I BRARCHIVE function ID: cds

    BR0048I Archive function: copy_delete_save

    BR0011I 479 offline redolog files found for processing, total size 49345.710 MB

    BR0112I Files will not be compressed

    BR0130I Backup device type: rman_util

    BR0134I Unattended mode with 'force' active - no operator confirmation allowed

     

    BR0280I BRARCHIVE time stamp: 2015-08-19 11.14.28

    BR0541I Starting offline redolog backup using RMAN...

    BR0278E Command output of 'SHELL=/bin/sh /oracle/PRO/112_64/bin/rman nocatalog':

    ld.so.1: rman: fatal: relocation error: file /oracle/PRO/11204/bin/rman: symbol kgnfsgsvr11_: referenced symbol not found

    BR0280I BRARCHIVE time stamp: 2015-08-19 11.14.28

    BR0279E Return code from 'SHELL=/bin/sh /oracle/PRO/112_64/bin/rman nocatalog': 137

    BR0522E 0 of 479 files / save sets processed by RMAN

    BR0536E RMAN call for database instance PRO failed

    BR0200I BR_TRACE: location BrRmanCall-56, commands for RMAN in: /oracle/PRO/saparch/.aerfcyei.cmd

    @/oracle/PRO/saparch/..aerfcyei..cmd

    host '/usr/sap/PRO/SYS/exe/run/brtools -f delete /oracle/PRO/saparch/..aerfcyei..cmd';

    run { allocate channel sbt_1 device type 'SBT_TAPE'

    parms 'BLKSIZE=524288 ENV=(NB_ORA_POLICY=RMAN-1905-GRP-prodb-PRO-L, NB_ORA_SERV=reuxgbus010-c, NB_ORA_CLIENT=sapprodb-b, NB_ORA_SCHED=Default-Application-Backup)';

    allocate channel sbt_2 device type 'SBT_TAPE'

    parms 'BLKSIZE=524288 ENV=(NB_ORA_POLICY=RMAN-1905-GRP-prodb-PRO-L, NB_ORA_SERV=reuxgbus010-c, NB_ORA_CLIENT=sapprodb-b, NB_ORA_SCHED=Default-Application-Backup)';

    allocate channel sbt_3 device type 'SBT_TAPE'

    parms 'BLKSIZE=524288 ENV=(NB_ORA_POLICY=RMAN-1905-GRP-prodb-PRO-L, NB_ORA_SERV=reuxgbus010-c, NB_ORA_CLIENT=sapprodb-b, NB_ORA_SCHED=Default-Application-Backup)';

    allocate channel sbt_4 device type 'SBT_TAPE'

    parms 'BLKSIZE=524288 ENV=(NB_ORA_POLICY=RMAN-1905-GRP-prodb-PRO-L, NB_ORA_SERV=reuxgbus010-c, NB_ORA_CLIENT=sapprodb-b, NB_ORA_SCHED=Default-Application-Backup)';

    backup tag aerfcyei format 'PRO_aerfcyei.%s_%p' filesperset 10 check logical

    archivelog from sequence 636125 until sequence 636603 thread 1;

    release channel sbt_1;

    release channel sbt_2;

    release channel sbt_3;

    release channel sbt_4; }

    list backup of archivelog from sequence 636125 until sequence 636603 thread 1 tag aerfcyei;

    exit;

     

    BR0280I BRARCHIVE time stamp: 2015-08-19 11.14.28

    BR0543E Offline redolog backup using RMAN failed

     

    BR0016I 0 offline redolog files processed, total size 0.000 MB

     

    BR0007I End of offline redolog processing: aerfcyei.cds 2015-08-19 11.14.28

    BR0280I BRARCHIVE time stamp: 2015-08-19 11.14.28

    BR0005I BRARCHIVE terminated with errors

     

     

    Please suggest me how to resolve this?

     

     

    Thanks

     

    Abhijit


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    Hi ,

     

    got a doubt, hope it can be clarified.

     

    when we check top growth tables in DB02, we noticed the below facts.

     

    1. when tables grow and shrink due to DML operations, waste space is increasing in tables.

    2. and indexes are getting fragmented too.

     

    so, my queries are :

     

    1. will oracle reclaim/reuse waste space ?

    2. is it recommended to re-org tables regularly ?

    3. is it recommended to rebuild indexes too ?

     

    is there any standard documentation in any KBA etc?

     

    Thanks !!!


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