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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: starting the server problem

    Dear All,
    Suppose I have stored the backup of $SYBASE directory at one place.Now i want to start my server from the backup directory for eg

    Default Location is :- $SYBASE/ASE-12_5/install
    BACKUP Directory :-/backup/$SYBASE/ASE-12_5/install

    What are the changes need to be made ? I mean which RUN_SERVER files need to be modified ? Is it necessary to modify .profile file ? What are the cares to be taken ? Why Iam asking this question because we were using EBF 10689 ,after that we applied EBF 11332 ESD #3 ,After Applying it so many problems are coming
    .Before applying EBF we have stored the backup of Old $SYBASE directory at one place. Now I want to start my server from Backup $SYBASE directory to find out
    whether this particular EBF is causing problem?
    Kindly explain me in detail ,request u all not to miss even small point.

    Regards
    Lalit

  2. #2
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    Re: starting the server problem

    Originally posted by suraj_c
    Suppose I have stored the backup of $SYBASE directory at one place.Now i want to start my server from the backup directory for eg

    Default Location is :- $SYBASE/ASE-12_5/install
    BACKUP Directory :-/backup/$SYBASE/ASE-12_5/install

    What are the changes need to be made ? I mean which RUN_SERVER files need to be modified ? Is it necessary to modify .profile file ? What are the cares to be taken ? Why Iam asking this question because we were using EBF 10689 ,after that we applied EBF 11332 ESD #3 ,After Applying it so many problems are coming
    .Before applying EBF we have stored the backup of Old $SYBASE directory at one place. Now I want to start my server from Backup $SYBASE directory to find out
    whether this particular EBF is causing problem?
    Probably, you may leave untouched most of the RUN files. They
    contain the names and paths of some files (the errorlog,
    the config file and the path for the memory files), but
    they are probably compatible with the files used by the EBF.
    Care only about the path of the executable being run by
    the RUN file (dataserver and backupserver) and other
    executables as sybmultbuf.

    On the other hand, it is important to change the environment
    of the Unix account starting ASE, which you probably do thru
    the .profile file. There, you must provide the new paths in
    - SYBASE
    - PATH (or path, which is allowed in csh). Path to OC and ASE
    bin paths, and sometimes others (JRE, Full Text Search,...)
    - LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or SHLIB_PATH in HP-UX). Path to OC
    and ASE lib paths
    - If have changed, SYBASE_ASE and SYBASE_OCS
    - If needed, LM_LICENSE_FILE

    Very often, many variables are given path names
    containing the $SYBASE variable, and are implicitely
    changed once SYBASE is changed.

    Needless to say, open a new telnet session once
    you're finished with .profile.

    Regards,
    Mariano Corral

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