Updating sap kernel
What I did was following: Login to SAP and choose menu System - SAP Kernel and choose the corresponding bit version (32 or 64) make variant (empty or EXT) and unicode or nonunicode (empty or UNICODE | UC) for your system.
The easiest way to get this information is to run disp work command on operating system level with sidadm user or from SAP system using RSBDCOS0 report. In addition, lib_and further archives can be used, but only the ones which are newer than the latest SAPEXE(DB) packages.
For example: After choosing the correct kernel path navigate to corresponding kernel release, operating system and choose #Database_independent and database specific links: : I used SAPEXE. All other executables are already part of SAPEXE(DB).
We are trying to find out why our cluster has a fail over every couple of days on a ressource.
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EXE argv = D:\usr\sap\MMD\DVEBMGS00\exe\jcontrol. EXE argv = pf=D:\usr\sap\MMD\SYS\profile\MMD_DVEBMGS00_MMFDEV P argv = -DSAPSTART=1 argv = -DCONNECT_PORT=65000 argv = -DSAPSYSTEM=00 argv = -DSAPSYSTEMNAME=MMD argv = -DSAPMYNAME=MMFDEVP_MMD_00 argv = -DSAPPROFILE=D:\usr\sap\MMD\SYS\profile\MMD_DVEBMGS 00_MMFDEVP argv = -DFRFC_FALLBACK=ON argv = -DFRFC_FALLBACK_HOST=localhost start_lazy = 0 start_control = SAP J2EE startup framework Dp J2ee Start: j2ee state = STARTED rdisp/http_min_wait_dia_wp : 1 - Dp MBuf Hw Id Set [dpxxmbuf.c 1050] Dp Msg Admin: Set patchno for this platform to 291 Release check o. Sat Jul 09 2011 MBUF state ACTIVE Dp Mod State: change server state from STARTING to ACTIVE Sat Jul 09 2011 J2EE server info start = TRUE state = ACTIVE pid = 5872 http = 50000 https = 50001 load balance = 1 start_lazy = 0 start_control = SAP J2EE startup framework The last text I see posted is: " start_lazy = 0 start_control = SAP J2EE startup framework" Up until there, there are no errors occurring. Regards," id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl01_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="4299661" / Good Day The last text I see posted is: " start_lazy = 0 start_control = SAP J2EE startup framework" Up until there, there are no errors occurring. Regards, Kindly reboot SAP system it must work fine as there is a possibility of network issue.What typically gets affected by changing a kernel in a production system?An SAP kernel upgrade consists of replacing the SAP executables. And file saposcol owner (root) and group (sapsys) And rest all file owner (sidadm) and groups (sapsys) Regards, B.
K" id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl19_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="4300893" / Hi, Have you check owner and groups for files.My current versions: Kernel release 720 Current version 70 Database name Max DB 7.7 Operating system Linux 2.6 I logged into service market place, there go to Software Downloads SAP Software Download Center My company’s Application components Complementary Software SAP KERNEL 64-Bit Unicode SAP KERNEL 7.20 64-BIT UNICODE Here you need to select your OS and Database, than it displays below screen.