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MaxDB installation problem (RHEL5)

Hi,

I'm installing NW2004s on RHEL5. On phase 12 installation hangs (no error thrown, install process stands still and can cause OS to hang after few hours).

Here are some logs. I've chosen to install NW2004s with MaxDB because it was supposed to run without problems

1. Last entry in sdbinst.log

start real extraction of "/install/MAX_RDBMS/MAXDB_LINUX_X86_64/SDBJDBC.TGZ"

extracting: dr-xr-xr-x 0 2006-11-07 01:31:26 runtime/

extracting: dr-xr-xr-x 0 2006-11-07 01:31:26 runtime/jar/

extracting: -rrr-- 489216 2006-11-06 23:12:03 runtime/jar/sapdbc.jar

checking unpacked archive... ok

installation of MaxDB Server finished successfully Th, Nov 29, 2007 at 16:53:10

2. Last entries from XCDMOUT.LOG

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> Subprocess starts at 20071129165355

Execute Command : /sapdb/programs/bin/dbmcli -n wssbwd -d BWD -u CONTROL,******** db_state

Start subprocess as user with uid: root

> Subprocess stops at 20071129165355

OK

State

ADMIN

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> Subprocess starts at 20071129165357

Execute Command : /sapdb/programs/bin/dbmcli -n wssbwd -d BWD -u CONTROL,******** db_state

Start subprocess as user with uid: root

> Subprocess stops at 20071129165357

OK

State

ADMIN

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> Subprocess starts at 20071129165357

Execute Command : /sapdb/programs/bin/dbmcli -n wssbwd -d BWD -u CONTROL,********

Start subprocess as user with uid: root

Execute Session Command : util_connect

Execute Session Command : db_activate SUPERDBA,********

It looks like there is problem with db_activate SUPERDBA. Can it be done manually? How? How to solve this problem?

Regs,

FS

PS. All prerequsites are met (including note 1049303)

PS2. System surelly tries to do sth because resources are used at unusuall level.

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