Set FQDN on Linux for SAP Server

An example FQDN:

Add computer name to /etc/hostname file.


Add you domain to /etc/resolv.conf.


Add host name and domain with IP to /etc/hosts. myserver

You can check yor configuration with niping tool. This tool can be found n SAPRouter package.

niping -v -H

Hostname/Nodeaddr verification:

Hostname of local computer: myserver                         (NiMyHostName)
FQHN of local computer:                 (NiGetOwnFQDN)

Lookup of hostname: myserver                                 (NiHostToAddr)
    --> IP-Addr.:
Lookup of IP-Addr.:                                (NiAddrToHost)
    --> Hostname:

Lookup of hostname:                     (NiHostToAddr)
    --> IP-Addr.:
Lookup of IP-Addr.:                                (NiAddrToHost)
    --> Hostname:

distribution_policy not exist

Depending on SQL Server version some columns are change. In sap_tf_sysdatabases functions reference to distribution_policy column in sys.tables. With program MSSPROCS (run with se38) you can change stored procedure and functions which are using by SAP.