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RE: Help !!! All SAPDB experts May Day call
From: Kakhandiki, Ashwath (ashwath.kakhandikisap.com)
Date: Fri Nov 05 2004 - 19:18:12 CST
if no one else has replied yet...
The procedure is easy, as long as the source and target SAPDB versions and the OS are the same.
If you have the source data backup available: go to DBMgui --> install and create a new instance with the same parameters as the old database (you can also change the parameters in this stage, if you want).
--> At one stage, DBMgui will ask if you want to install (or 'create') and start instance, or install instance for recovery. Choose the second option, i.e. install with option 'recovery'. In some DBMgui versions, this option is called 'install with option 'restore''.
--> When the installation is complete, you'll be prompted for a backup to restore. Choose the last data backup of the source database. This will restore that backup and start the target db.
If you have access to SAP notes, see note # 129352.
liveCache/MAXDB Development Support
SAP Labs LLC, Palo Alto
From: Srini Mandava [mailto:mandavasatlasmetals.com.au]
Sent: Thursday, Nov 04, 2004 15:51 PM
Subject: Help !!! All SAPDB experts May Day call
By mistake I have deleted my log devspace files under the directory. And
it worked ok while system was only and when the system was down for
backup it is unable to come backup. My knowledge of SAPDB is very
limited and now my DEV server is down since yesterday. SAP has
recommended to do an homogeneous system copy. If any experts out there
can help me I really appreciate
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