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maxdb installer or rpm?
Date: Mon Jan 17 2005 - 01:36:08 CST
are there any limitations with the rpm installation of maxdb?
I thought, rpm would be the first choice.
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Von: Sven Köhler <skoehlerupb.de>
Datum: 15.01.2005 03:34
Betreff: Re: Aw: AW: com.sap.dbtech.jdbc.exceptions.DatabaseException: [-1103]:
Too complicated SQL statement
> > is there something like a faq for database updates?
> > the databse is very large and it is used in a production webapplication.
> > So I have to plan an update very carefully.
> > Do you think I should wait for the next release?
> I hope you didn't use the RPMs but the installer of MaxDB.
> If so, here are some easy steps:
> Possibility 1:
> - stop all running MaxDB stuff
> - unpack the new version of MaxDB, run SDBINST
> - when asked, enter the kernel installation to be upgraded
> - start MaxDB again
> - reload the system tables via DBMGUI
> Possibility 2:
> When asked, don't upgrade the installed kernel, but install a new MaxDB
> in parallel to the already installed one. You than can use backup to
> migrate the database to the new Kernel version. If everything works fine
> after some testing, you can switch the applikation the new database
> that's using the new MaxDB kernel
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