I think you're close. I would do the following: 1. Change saprouttab (temporarily) and add an entry P * * * a. ours is saved in root and in /usr/sap/ 2. Start the job as SIDOFR as follows a. addlible saprouter (kernel lib should be second in the list) b. either enter command saprouter, or, choose menu options 1, 9
This will use the saprouter version 34 from library saprouter and use the associated service programs from the kernel library. Once this works, reconfigure saprouttab appropriately.
Good luck, Mike D. Martin SAP Basis Administrator SOLA Optical, USA 707-763-9911 x6106 mmartinZs...
Good evening, We are moving our saprouter to our Production system, a V4R4M0 release. I used note 86329 to download the latest version (34) onto our Production system. I created library SAPROUTER and submitted the job to start the saprouter. CALL SAPROUTER/SAPROUTER ('-r' 'R' '/usr/sap/saprouter/saprouttab') . The saprouttab has the following entries: P * * * P * * 23 P * * 3299
I cannot get the saprouter to start. I also tried using the kernel library and saprouter program, still no luck. I created a saprouttab in the same directory as saprouter as per note 80792 and used the same route entries. Can anyone recommend something else. I don't see a error message in the joblog. Thanks for your help.
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