SAP MaxDB Forum
How to check the isolated installation, how to find out which parts are installed and whether they are isolated?
Kindly assist here.
Thanks in advance.
a) If xinstinfo -V delivers a 7.8 version >= 7.8.02.29 or 7.9 >= 7.9.08.02 the installation paths can be identified by simply executing the tool XINSTINFOIt will deliver the following output:
GlobalProgramsPathGlobalDataPathPrivateDataPathIf there is a difference between GlobalDataPath and PrivateDataPath this is an indication for an isolated installation.
b) You can also check the installation with Database Manager CLI (DBMCLI):
dbmcli inst_enumOK7.8.02.33 /sapdb/clients/MOV7.8.02.33 /sapdb/MOV/dbdbmcli -U c dbm_getpathOKClientProgPath=/sapdb/MOV/dbInstallationPath=/sapdb/MOV/dbGlobalProgPath=/sapdb/programsDataPath=/sapdb/MOV/dataGlobalDataPath=/sapdb/dataIf there is a difference between DataPath and GlobalDataPath this is an indication for an isolated installation.
c) List the installed SAP MaxDB/liveCache components by executing the following command from the administration command prompt:
<IndepPrograms>\pgm\dbmcli inst_enum(The value for the <IndepPrograms> can be found in the registry: \\HKLM\Software\SAP\SAP DBTech->IndepPrograms )
For the database server installation there should exist an own data path:
<IndepPrograms>\bin\sdbconfig -I -s <ServerInstRootPath> DataPath<ServerInstRootPath> can be found in the output line of the inst_enum command.Example: On the system, where the server software (for database MOV) and client software (CL_MOV) are installed, inst_enum returns following lines:C:\>c:\sapdb\programs\pgm\dbmcli inst_enumOK7.9.07.14 C:\sapdb\MOV\db7.9.07.14 C:\sapdb\clients\MOV
The SDBCONFIG for the server software will return:
C:> c:\sapdb\programs\bin\sdbconfig -I -s C:\sapdb\MOV\db DataPath C:\sapdb\MOV\data
This means, that the server software with the installation root C:\sapdb\MOV\db is isolated and has its own private data path located in the C:\sapdb\MOV\data directory. The SDBCONFIG call will return no result if the software is not isolated.
Sign up for STechies
Ask Question From Our Experts