Set FQDN on Linux for SAP Server

An example FQDN: myserver.mkysoft.com

Add computer name to /etc/hostname file.

myserver

Add you domain to /etc/resolv.conf.

domain mkysoft.com

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

10.10.1.5  myserver.mkysoft.com myserver

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

niping -v -H myserver.mkysoft.com

Hostname/Nodeaddr verification:
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Hostname of local computer: myserver                         (NiMyHostName)
FQHN of local computer: myserver.mkysoft.com                 (NiGetOwnFQDN)

Lookup of hostname: myserver                                 (NiHostToAddr)
    --> IP-Addr.: 10.10.1.5
Lookup of IP-Addr.: 10.10.1.5                                (NiAddrToHost)
    --> Hostname: myserver.mkysoft.com

Lookup of hostname: myserver.mkysoft.com                     (NiHostToAddr)
    --> IP-Addr.: 10.10.1.5
Lookup of IP-Addr.: 10.10.1.5                                (NiAddrToHost)
    --> Hostname: myserver.mkysoft.com

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.

SAP sistemini otomatik başlatmak

Öncelikle windows servislerinden SAP ile ilgili olan servisi otomatik yapın.

Otomatik başlatılacak sistemin Default.pfl dosyasına Autostart=1 ekleyin.