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What parm will I need to update in my init<Instance>.sap file so the space<Instance>.log file is created on a WIN 2003 server?

It gets created in /oracle/<Instance>/sapreorg on my UNIX servers.

BRTOOLs online backup is failing because it cannot find the space.log file.


RE: space<Instance>.log

I mis-spoke in the other thread.

What is the sapreorg environment variable on the 2003 box set to?  If it is not set it should be something like SAPREORG=[drive]:\?\?\sapreorg


RE: space<Instance>.log

We tried updating all the fields we could find with F:...\sapreorg and recycled the application... Directory is still empty.  I have been unable to find anything on the net.  The person that installed on Win is in India for a Month...

I am a Unix admin that runs the DataProtector backups...

Nothing is straight forward..

Thanks again...

RE: space<Instance>.log

If you open a command prompt and type set and the press enter do you see what the SAPREORG environment variable is?

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