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Installing SAP ERP 6.0 EhP 8 on MaxDB 7.9

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After following the preparation step here (https://sapbasis.wordpress.com/2016/08/24/preparing-to-install-sap-erp-6-ehp-8-with-maxdb-7-9/), then we’ll continue to install the main part, which is installing SAP ERP 6.0 EhP 8 on MaxDB 7.9 as database server. It’s easy to follow.

Run the sapinst.

Choose SAP Business Suite 7i 2016EHP8 for SAP ERP 6.0 ABAPMaxDBSAP SystemsApplication Server ABAPStandard SystemStandard System. Click Next.

Choose Custom. Click Next.

Fill the SAP System ID (SAPSID) and SAP Mount Directory. This time, I use “TES” as my SAPSID. Click Next.

Check your SAP System Domain Name for FQDN. Click Next.

Fill your Master Password. Click Next.

SAP System Administrator user information. For this system user tesadm. Click Next.

SAP System Database parameter including Database SID (DBSID) and Database Host info. Click Next.

MaxDB software owner summary. There are 2 accounts, sdb and sdba. These users will be locked after installation have completed. Click Next.

MaxDB database instance software owner info. On this system, sqdtes will be the owner. Click Next.

SAP Kernel package directory location. Make sure that you have downloaded the latest SAP Kernel package. Click Next.

SAP System Administrator (sapadm) summary info. Click Next.

RDBMS MaxDB software installer directory. Click Next.

MaxDB destination directory. Click Next.

Locate your installation export ECC 6.0 EhP8 package. Click Next.

MaxDB database users. This user is for accessing MaxDB database. There are 2 accounts : superdba as database system administrator and control as database manager operator. This type of user is like sys and system on Oracle database. Click Next.

MaxDB instance info. There are several further information about MaxDB instance here including volume medium type, mirror log volumes, concurrent cpu, I/O buffer cache and number of session. Click Next.

MaxDB log volumes location. Click Next.

MaxDB data volumes directory. Click Next.

MaxDB ABAP Schema (SAPTES). Click Next.

ABAP Table Declustering and Depooling option. Starting on SAP NetWeaver 7.50, this option is mandatory. Click Next.

ABAP Import parallel jobs option. Click Next.

Primary Application Server instance and ABAP Central Services instance. Click Next.

ABAP Message Server ports (3601) and Internal ABAP Message Server ports (3901). By default this port would be 36xx and 39xx (xx = SAP System Number). Click Next.

Internet Communication Manager user. Click Next.

System Landscape Directory info. Click Next.

Message Server ACL. Click Next.

Secure Storage Invidual Key. You must keep this key since you’ll need it for system copy. Click Next.

Click Next.

Unpack SAP Kernel Archives. Click Next.

Installation Parameter Summary. Click Next.

Installation Process. Just wait until finished. This could be hours depending on your server resources.

Happy waiting, guys !!

1 Comment

  1. Kevin Lee says:

    Hi Ardhian,

    Great piece on Installing SAP ERP 6.0 EhP 8 on MaxDB 7.9, I’m a fan of the ‘flowery’ style Looking forward to more long form articles ??

    Totally new to Linux. I am running an older Acer Aspire one laptop with a 1.6 ghtz processor and plenty of ram. I downloaded Linux Mint (Cinnamon version) along with the proper unetbootin-windows-613 to my 8gb blank USB…well, I believe it is the proper version. I did get the 32 bits as that is what my system is.
    The ext3 file system is an enhanced version of the ext2 file system. The most important difference between Ext2 and Ext3 is that Ext3 supports journaling. After an unexpected power failure or system crash (also called an unclean system shutdown), each mounted ext2 file system on the machine must be checked for consistency by the e2fsck program.
    But nice Article Mate! Great Information! Keep up the good work!


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