sap web application server install on the redhat 7.1

Jim Orfanakos jim at orfanakos.com
Thu Mar 22 16:37:06 MET 2007


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Summary

Symptom 
You want to install SAP software on Linux.


Other terms 
Redhat, redhat, RH, SuSE, Suse, suse, Swapspace, swapspace, swap-space,
ServicePack, IA-64, IA64, x86_64, AMD, Opteron, EM64T, POWER


Reason and Prerequisites 
You want to install SAP software on Linux. You require the appropriate Linux
distribution and permitted hardware to do this.
After you successfully install Linux and before you carry out the actual SAP
installation, you must also take some other matters into consideration that
are not mentioned in the installation guide and are therefore addressed in
this note.


Solution 


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Contents 
I/ ..... Released Linux Distributions:
II/ .... Supported hardware
III/ ... Special notes about installing the operating system
IV/ .... General notes about installing the operating system
V/ ..... SAPLOCALES
VI/ .... SAP software: NPTL
VII/ ... Notes that are specific to the database
VIII/ .. Notes about IBM Power
IX/ .... Mounting installation CDs and installation DVDs
X/ ..... Adding Linux application servers to existing SAP systems
XI/ .... Use of Raw Devices, "Journaling File system" and LVM



I/ Released Linux Distributions 
One of the following Linux distributions is required for installing SAP
software on Linux:

1. 64-bit systems:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T (SLES10-x86_64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for IBM Power (SLES10-PPC)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for IBM System z
(SLES10-ZS, see Note 81737 for information about supported Linux kernels,
glibc versions and required packages)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family
(SLES10-IPF)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T
(SLES9-x86_64, for release information, see Note 816097)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for IBM POWER (SLES9-PPC)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for zSeries
(SLES9-ZS, see Note 81737 for information about supported Linux kernels,
glibc versions and required packages)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family
(SLES9-IPF)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for zSeries
(SLES8-ZS, see Note 81737 for information about supported Linux kernels,
glibc versions and required packages)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family
(SLES8-IPF, for release information, see Note 623653)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T
(RHEL4-x86_64, for release information, see Note 816097)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for IBM POWER (RHEL4-PPC)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for Intel Itanium (RHEL4-IA64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 for Intel Itanium (RHEL3-IA64)
2. 32-bit systems:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for x86 (SLES10-X86)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for x86 (SLES9-X86)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 (SLES8)
SUSE Linux Standard Server 8
(Note: As a result, all statements used for the 32-bit version of SUSE Linux
Enterprise Server 8 also apply for the 32-bit version of the SUSE Linux
Standard Server 8.)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for x86 (RHEL4-X86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (RHEL3)

The following Linux distribution was also released for 32-bit systems and
R/3 Releases 4.x, but not for the recommended SAP kernel in the EXT version
(4.0B_EXT, 4.5B_EXT, 4.6D_EXT):

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 (RHEL2.1)

If you want to change over to the EXT kernel and already use an earlier
Linux distribution, you need to upgrade to one of the Linux distributions
mentioned above.

Up to and including SAP Release 4.6x, the following technically obsolete
Linux distributions are also available for 32-bit systems:

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 (SLES7)
(Note: see Note 750884 for information about the end of maintenance for SUSE
SLES7)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES)
Red Hat 7.1 (limited release, see Note 513277)
Red Hat 6.2
Red Hat 6.1 Enterprise Version 1.0 (special version of Red Hat 6.1)

For further information about this, see Note 171356 (up to and including
Version 173).

As soon as SAP software is used on one of the Linux distributions mentioned
above, we strongly advise you to finalize a service agreement with the
manufacturer of the Linux distribution or with a provider offering equal
support. Otherwise, support may be denied if errors occur in connection with
the operating system.



II/ Supported hardware 
Note that only the host types released by the hardware partners are suitable
for using SAP software productively on Linux.
For current information about this, see the following SAP Notes:
  606107 (Bull)
  300900 (Dell)
  171383 (Fujitsu Siemens)
  171371 (HP)
  171380 (IBM)
  765424 (IBM POWER)
  411970 (IBM zSeries)
   907727 (SGI)
   597470 (SUN)
   832402 (Unisys)

Furthermore, you can find information on the Internet:
   http://www.sap.com/linux   (Link: "Supported Platforms")

If you are unsure about what to do, you can contact the hardware partners
that are represented in SAP LinuxLab, for example by email: linux at sap.com



III/ Special notes about installing the operating system 
Red Hat Linux: Installation
Prior to the installation, refer to the notes corresponding to your Red Hat
version from the following list:
   722273 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 und 4)
  625674 (RHEL 2.1: Notes on installation)
   618173 (RHEL 2.1: on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1)


SUSE Linux: Installation
Prior to the installation, refer to the note corresponding to your SUSE
version from the following list:
   958253 (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10: Installation notes)
   797084 (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9: Installation notes)
   767814 (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8: Installation notes)

Among other things, this note describes the "sapinit" RPM (or up to and
including SLES 9 Service Package 2: "SUSE-sapinit" RPM). This should be
installed in order for the parameters of the Linux kernel to be set
correctly.

If you use the BRTOOLS (for example brbackup) delivered by SAP, problems may
arise when the system compresses data files. For licensing reasons in SLES 8
and SLES 9, Novell SUSE does not deliver the "compress" program that is
otherwise used by UNIX. The problem can be avoided if you set the following
parameters in the file init<SID>.sap:

  compress_cmd = "gzip -c $ > $"
   uncompress_cmd = "gunzip -c $ > $"


IV/ General notes about installing the operating system 
System language
You must select English as the operating system language on all Linux hosts
that are running SAP software.

Swap space
While the Linux distribution is being installed, create partitions of the
type "swap" when you organize the hard disk(s).
Recommended total size: Twice the main memory structure (2 x RAM).
For earlier 32-bit Linux versions, the maximum size of a swap partition is 2
GB, but if you require more space, distribute the swap space over multiple
swap partitions.
The Linux kernel does not usually require much swap space, since other
limits have already been reached before the swap space has reached full
capacity ("late swap allocation").
However, if you discover that more swap space is required when using SAP
software, you can use the distribution-specific tools to increase your swap
space at any time.

Host name
The "hostname" command must only return the host name and not the "Fully
Qualified Domain Name" (for example: Fully Qualified Domain Name:
ls3001.wdf.sap-ag.de; required output from "hostname": ls3001).
Distribution-specific tools are available to change the host name.

Updating RPM packages
The distributors (Novell SUSE and Red Hat) regularly provide updates for
your software. You may also import these updates in the productive
environment.
The same also applies for the "Collections of updates", that is "Service
Packs" (Novell SUSE) or "Updates" (Red Hat).
We recommend that you import the latest available "Service Pack" (Novell
SUSE) or the latest "Update" (Red Hat). You should use the latest available
installation media when you are installing this.

Note for all "Service Packs" and "Updates": after each "glibc" RPM update,
you must import "saplocales" again (see below or Note 516716).

Also note: For information about assessing customer modifications to a Linux
kernel, see Note 784391.


V/ SAP software: saplocales 
To operate SAP software, you must install the appropriate "saplocales" RPM
package:

1) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1

   saplocales-2.20.4-1         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel21_i386_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

2) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (32-bit systems)

   saplocales-2.30.2-5         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel30_i386_version-5.zip, attached to this note)

3) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (64-bit systems)

   saplocales-2.30.2-5         # adjusted SAP code pages
   saplocales-32bit-2.30.2-5   # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel30_ia64_version-5.zip, attached to this note)

4) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for x86

   saplocales-2.30.4-3         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel40_i386_version-3.zip, attached to this note)

5) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T

   saplocales-2.30.4-3         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel40_x8664_version-3.zip, attached to this note)

6) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for IBM POWER

   saplocales-2.30.4-3         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel40_ppc64_version-3.zip, attached to this note)

7) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 for Intel Itanium

   saplocales-2.30.4-3         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_rhel40_ia64_version-3.zip, attached to this note)

8) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 (32-bit systems)

   saplocales-2.20.5-4         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles8_i386_version-4.zip, attached to this note)

9) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for IBM zSeries

   saplocales-2.20.5-2         # adjusted SAP code pages
   saplocales-32bit-2.20.5-2   # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles8_s390x_version-2.zip, attached to this note)

10) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family

   saplocales-2.20.5-3         # adjusted SAP code pages
   saplocales-32bit-2.20.5-3   # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles8_ia64_version-3.zip, attached to this note)

11) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for x86

   saplocales-2.3.3-9         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles9_i386_version-9.zip, attached to this note)

12) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T

   saplocales-2.3.3-9         # adjusted SAP code pages
   (See saplocales_sles9_x86_64_version-9.zip, attached to this note)

13) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for IBM POWER

   saplocales-2.3.3-9         # adjusted SAP code pages
  (see saplocales_sles9_ppc64_version-9.zip, attached to this note)

14) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for IBM zSeries

   saplocales-2.3.3-7         # adjusted SAP code pages
   saplocales-32bit-2.3.3-7   # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles9_s390x_version-7.zip, attached to this note)

15) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family

   saplocales-2.3.3-9         # adjusted SAP code pages
   saplocales-32bit-2.3.3-9   # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles9_ia64_version-9.zip, attached to this note)

16) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for x86

   saplocales-2.4-1           # modified SAP codepages
   (see saplocales_sles10_i386_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

17) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for AMD64 & Intel EM64T

   saplocales-2.4-1           # modified SAP codepages
   (see saplocales_sles10_x8664_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

18) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for IBM POWER

   saplocales-2.4-1           # modified SAP codepages
  (see saplocales_sles10_ppc64_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

19) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for IBM System z

   saplocales-2.4-1           # modified SAP codepages
   saplocales-32bit-2.4-1    # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles10_s390x_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

20) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for Intel Itanium2 Proc. Family

   saplocales-2.4-1           # modified SAP codepages
   saplocales-32bit-2.4-1    # adjusted SAP code pages
   (see saplocales_sles10_ia64_version-1.zip, attached to this note)

These RPM packages are attached to this note; if you find a more recent
version of the "saplocales" RPM package than is mentioned in the text of
this note, use the more recent version.

The attachments to this note are zip archives that you can unpack as shown
in the following example:

   unzip saplocales_sles9_i386_version-7.zip

You can import the resulting RPM packages as follows:

   rpm -ivh saplocales-2.3.3-7.i386.rpm

Important: after each "glibc" RPM update, you must import "saplocales" again
(see below or Note 516716).

You can obtain a list of currently installed RPM packages using the "rpm
-qa" command.



VI/ SAP software: NPTL 
Current Linux distributions (as of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9) are based on "Native Posix Threading
Library" (NPTL). This is an improved implementation of the threading
mechanism. It adheres more closely to the POSIX requirements than the
previous implementation on Linux ("LinuxThreads").

As regards NPTL, note that some software must first be adjusted to NPTL so
that it can continue to work correctly. When you use RHEL 3/4 and SLES 9,
you can rely on a compatibility mode, so that problem software can also be
used on NPTL. To do this, set the environment variable LD_ASSUME_KERNEL to
2.4.1:
           Bash Shell: export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 

           C shell:    setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4. 1


The following SAP Software requires you to set the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL
environment variable to 2.4.1 before you execute this software.

1) SAP kernels up to and including Version 6.20
   (Exception: the current patch level of the SAP kernel 4.6D_EXT and 6.20
              are compatible with NPTL.)
   (Note: Your SAP kernel is not compatible with NPTL if, for example,
                the call of "disk+work" ends with a
                "Floating Point Exception".)
2) SAPINST
3) SAP DB database or MaxDB database, see Note 788272
   (Exception: versions for AMD64/EM64T)
4) Oracle database: runInstaller,

However, there is also the opposite case that LD_ASSUME_KERNEL cannot be
set, or at least not to a value lower than 2.4.21. This applies to the
following SAP Software:


SAP kernel as of Version 7.00
As of Version 7.0, the SAP kernel generates the following error message:
  "SAP Web Application Server requires NPTL on Linux."
  "Please refer to section NPTL of SAP note 171356."
  "Running in LinuxThreads-compatibility mode only allowed
    while running a SAP upgrade."
If the error message occurs during an SAP upgrade, you can ignore it.
Otherwise, deactivate the environment variable LD_ASSUME_KERNEL, to avoid
getting the error message.


VII/ Notes that are specific to the database

Informix database: Additional installation notes (R/3 4.0B and 4.5B)
If you want to install R/3 Release 4.0B or 4.5B together with the Informix
database, you must take into account important additional information. In
this regard, the subdirectory UNIX/LINUX_32 on the kernel CD contains the
file README. Its contents are particularly important if you are trying to
avoid problems that are associated with "password encryption"
(/etc/pam.d/passwd contains the entry "crypt" instead of "md5").


DB2 UDB database: Additional RPM packages required
If you want to use DB2 UDB as a database, you must install the support for
the Korn shell before installing the DB2 database software. The RPM package
required is called "pdksh", and it is available on one of the Linux
installation CDs.

Additional considerations for DB2 on IBM POWER:

DB2 UDB V8 (as of FixPak 9)
SLES 9 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V7.0/V8.0 for the Linux
runtime environment component
RHEL 4 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V7.0/V8.0 for the Linux
runtime environment component
DB2 UDB V9
SLES 9 Service Package 2 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V8.0 for
the Linux runtime environment component
RHEL 4 U2 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V8.0 for the Linux
runtime environment component

You can find further information below in the section "Notes about IBM
Power".


Oracle database: Additional RPM packages required
Additional considerations for Oracle on IBM POWER:

Oracle 10g:
SLES 9 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V7.0/8.0 for the Linux
runtime environment component
RHEL 4 or higher - IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V7.0/8.0 for the Linux
runtime environment component

You can find further information below in the section "Notes about IBM
Power".
Important: You must meet certain requirements to install Oracle 10g with the
"IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Editions V8.0 for the Linux runtime environment
component". For more detailed information about this workaround, see Note
975196.



VIII/ Notes about IBM Power 
For DB2 UDB Version V9, V8 (as of FixPak 9) and Oracle 10g, the IBM XL C/C++
runtime environment component ("Runtime") is not delivered with the
database. The runtime component must be downloaded separately from IBM. More
information is available at:
           http://www.ibm.com/software/awdtools/xlcpp/support


Here, search for "Linux Runtime".  The runtime component is specific to the
Linux kernel version.

Additional prerequisites:
The v7.0 runtime component is compatible with the following operating
systems supported by SAP.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL4, RHEL4 U1) for IBM POWER
SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9.0 (SLES 9) for IBM POWER
           Install the RPM packages of the v7. 0 runtime component in this
order: 

a) xlsmp.msg.rte-1.5.0
b) xlsmp.rte-1.5.0
c) vacpp.rte-7.0.0

The v7.0.1 runtime component is compatible with the following operating
systems supported by SAP.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Update 2 (RHEL4 U2) or higher for IBM POWER
SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9.0 (SLES 9) for IBM POWER
           Install the RPM packages of the v7.0. 1 runtime component in this
order: 

a) vacpp.rte-7.0.1-1                (or a more recent version)
b) xlsmp.msg.rte-1.5.1-1             (or a more recent version)
c) xlsmp.rte-1.5.1-1                (or a more recent version)

The v8.0. runtime component is compatible with the following operating
systems supported by SAP.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 Update 2 (RHEL4 U2) or higher for IBM POWER
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Service Pack 2 (SLES 9 Service Package 2) for
IBM POWER
           Install the RPM packages of the v8.0. runtime component in this
order: 

a) xlsmp.msg.rte-1.6.0-0.ppc64.rpm   (or a more recent version)
b) xlsmp.rte-1.6.0-0.ppc64.rpm       (or a more recent version)
c) vacpp.rte-8.0.0-0.ppc64.rpm       (or a more recent version)


IX/ Mounting installation CDs and installation DVDs 
All installation CDs and installation DVDs created without a Rock Ridge
Extension must be included in the file system with the option -o map=off, so
that file names appear with upper case spelling. You can use the following
command accordingly:

   mount -r -t iso9660 -o map=off /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom



X/ Adding Linux application servers to existing R/3 systems 
As an SAP customer, you can add one or several Linux application servers to
your existing R/3 System (at least Release 4.0B) (see also Notes 156548 and
531069). This measure alone does not involve any additional license costs.

The "Windows central instance with Linux application server" combination is
also an option, as long as an SQL server is not used as a database. For
questions regarding the link between the Windows and the Linux file systems,
contact the hardware manufacturer of your SAP server.

To install the application server, you require both the Linux distribution
(see above) and the kernel CD provided for Linux from the set of
installation or upgrade CDs for your R/3 Release. You can obtain this kernel
CD free of charge from your SAP sales partner.

One (possible) problem has become known regarding heterogeneous R/3 systems:
The sort sequence depends on the operating system used. There are no
specific requirements defined by SAP in this regard. For this reason,
different results are possible when outputting lists on different
application servers. SUSE offers the option of modifying the sort sequence
on Linux as part of a support contract. By doing this, you can obtain
standard sorting results even if there are differences in the operating
system of the application servers.



XI/ Use of Raw Devices, "Journaling File system" and LVM 
For information about using Raw Devices or a 'journaling file system', see
Note 405827.
For more information about the "Logical Volume Manager" (LVM), see Note
597415.




Header Data

  
Release Status: Released for Customer 
Released on: 11.01.2007  13:56:41 
Priority: Correction with high priority 
Category: Installation information 
Primary Component: BC-OP-LNX Linux 

Releases

Software
Component Release From
Release To
Release And
subsequent 
SAP_APPL 40 40B 40B   
SAP_APPL 45 45B 45B   
SAP_APPL 470 470 470   
SAP_APPL 500 500 500   
SAP_APPL 600 600 600   
SAP_APPL 700 700 700   
SAP_BASIS 46 46B 46B   
SAP_BASIS 46C 46D 46D   
SAP_BASIS 60 610 640   
SAP_BASIS 70 700 700   
SAP_BASIS 710 710 710   
SAP_ABA 50A 50A 50A   
SAP_ABA 620 620 620   
SAP_ABA 640 640 640   
SAP_ABA 700 700 700   
SAP_ABA 710 710 710   
 

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[mailto:linux.general-bounces at listserv.sap.com] On Behalf Of kwanyoung Oh
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 11:23 AM
To: Markus.Doehr at siegenia-aubi.com; linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: RE: sap web application server install on the redhat 7.1



Hi,


Thanks a lot for your answer.

1)
What you mean is that Can I use the REDHAT AS 3.0 for the SAP web
application server 6.10 with SAP DB 7.3?

2) Can I use the oracle database with SAP web Application server 6.10?


Thanks
Kwanyoung



>From: "D?r, Markus ICC-H" <Markus.Doehr at siegenia-aubi.com>
>To: "'kwanyoung Oh'" <okyshr at hotmail.com>, 
>linux.general at listserv.sap.com
>Subject: RE: sap web application server install on the redhat 7.1
>Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 10:48:11 +0100
>
> > I tried to install SAP web aplication server 6.10 on the redhat 7.1 .
> > But during the install of the web application server, I have an 
> > error for the libcrypto.so.0.9.6 and libssl.so.0.9.6.
> >
> > SO I can not apply those packages due to so many dependency and 
> > conflicts with other packages.
> >
> > DO you have ide to fix this issue?
>
>RedHat 7.1 is out of maintenance. You can use that OS for systems until 
>kernel 4.6D - after that you have to upgrade to Redhat Advanced Server 
>3.0 or later.
>
>
>Greetz,
>
>
>SIEGENIA-AUBI KG
>Informationswesen
>
>i.A.
>
>Markus D?r
>SAP-Competence Center/Basis
>
>Tel.:	 +49 6503 917-152
>Fax:	 +49 6503 917-7152
>E-Mail: markus.doehr at siegenia-aubi.com
>Internet: http://www.siegenia-aubi.com
>
>

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