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SQLError: [-4004] (at 30) Unknown table name:DBPROCEDURES

Hi Guys,

1) I conducted a homogenous liveCache Copy from TPC System TSP to TSQ

2) Now when attempting to start liveCache in TSQ, I encountered the following error when starting liveCache:

/sapdb/data/wrk/LCQ/lcinit.log

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liveCache LCQ (restart)

Tue Oct 30 16:20:53 SST 2007

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installation path: /sapdb/LCQ/db

operating system : HP-UX

OK State OFFLINE

starting LCQ into ADMIN

OK

OK DBMServer 7.5.0 Build 021-123-084-954

starting LCQ into ONLINE

OK

creating liveCache application procedures

ERR

-24964,ERR_EXECUTE: error in program execution

1024,/sapdb/LCQ/db/bin/x_python /sapdb/LCQ/db/env/lapps.py -R /sapdb/LCQ/db -d L

CQ -u SUPERDBA,*

Installing APPS

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Traceback----


File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/installib.py", line 378, in connectAndInstall

installRoutine (session, options)

File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/lapps.py", line 48, in install

"APPS"

File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/installib.py", line 163, in include

install (session, options)

File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/APPS.py", line 78, in install

delPackages = getExistingPackages (options.db, sapuser[0], sapuser[1])

File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/APPS.py", line 187, in getExistingPackages

return getExistingPackagesExecSQL (dbname, username, password)

File "/sapdb/LCQ/db/env/APPS.py", line 194, in getExistingPackagesExecSQL

cursor = session.sql (

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Error----


sql.SQLError: sql.SQLError: [-4004] (at 30) Unknown table name:DBPROCEDURES

ERROR : liveCache LCQ not restarted (see /sapdb/data/wrk/LCQ/lcinit.log)

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Tue Oct 30 16:21:14 SST 2007

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Can anyone advice? Thanks.

Regards,

Simon

Former Member
replied

Hi Simon,

did you load the system tables after you performed the system copy?

Regards,

Melanie

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