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Re: Can Not Activate New Database
Date: Sat Feb 28 2004 - 06:39:21 CST
Sorry. I'm not following your thread by a while. But I need to ask you if you are using
Linux, you must set right permissions for the user under what SapDB is running.
As sample, I use RedHat 9 and a little modified statup scripts, and looking the scripts I
see that SapDB is running under sapdb user&group. So, sapdb user and/or the group must have
rw permissions on directory where database files are.
On NT this kind of problem can occur if the directories are modified from default
permissions (that are allow everyone, everything).
If you already certified the user sapdb service is running on has rights, just ignore this
> So, according to the files you sent me, before the database can be
> created, it is throwing a -7017, or a User not allowed error.
> The output of your dbmsrv file matches pretty much exactly what it
> should be, so in my mind that rules out some sort of protocol
> The Solution: (I think)
> This sort of error can be caused by choosing an invalid DBM username.
> Try this:
> Do the wizard again, only accept all of the defaults in all sections.
> The default dbm username and password is dbm/dbm.
> Let me know if that works.
> Billy Willoughby wrote:
>> Here are the files you requested. Elke Zabach was kind enough to
>>look at some knrldiag files and they didn't show any activity. I'm going to
>>drop the database and recreate it and re publish the knrldiag files to the
>>group to see if they are more useful.
>>Fulton Paper Company
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