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1. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 1 (How to Create Virtual Machine)

2. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 2 (How to install SUSE Linux)

3. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 3 (How to Create and Mount Partition and Copy Setup files to SUSE Linux)

4. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 4 (How to install SAP HANA Database)

5. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 5 (How to install SAP S/4HANA IDES Application Server)

6. Step by Step Installation Guide for SAP IDES S/4HANA 1610 Part 5 (How to install SAP S/4HANA IDES Frontend (NetWeaver Gateway) Server)

 

In this Part of blog we are going to install SAP HANA Database

  • Install SAP HANA Database

1. Open Terminal

2. Go to HDB_SERVER_LINUX_X86_64 Directory using cd /HANAIDESSetup/SAP_HANA_Platform_Edition_2.0_SPS03_rev30/51053061/DATA_UNITS/HDB_SERVER_LINUX_X86_64/ command (Figure 4.1)

3. Use ls command to list all the files and folder in this directory (Figure 4.1)

4. Use chmod 755 hdblcm command to assign permission to hdblcm file (Figure 4.1)

5. Use chmod 755 hdbinst command to assign permission to hdbinst file (Figure 4.1)

6. Use chmod 755 instruntime/sdbrun command to assign permission to sdbrun file in folder instruntime (Figure 4.1)

7. Use ls command again to list all the files and folder in this directory (Figure 4.1), you can see both the files (hdblcm and hdbinst) are written with green color (Figure 4.1) means the permission has assigned.

8. Use ./hdblcm command to start SAP HANA Database setup (Figure 4.1)

Figure 4.1: Multiple command to Start SAP HANA Database setup

9. After you execute the last command ./hdblcm, you will get 3 options, Enter 1 (Install) to install SAP HANA Database and press the enter key (Figure 4.2)

10. Now you will get 9 more option to chose from, Enter 2 (server) to install server with out any addition components and press the enter key (Figure 4.2)

Figure 4.2: Install SAP HANA Database server

11. Keep the default Installation Path /hana/shared, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

12. Keep the default Local Host Name hanaides, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

13. Keep the default option n for Do you want to add hosts to the system?, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

14. Enter HID as SAP HANA System ID and press the enter key (Figure 4.4)

15. Keep the default option 00 for Instance Number, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

16. Keep the default option default for Local Host Work Group, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

17. Enter 2 (test) for System Usage and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

18. Keep the default Location of Data Volumes /hana/data/HID, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

19. Keep the default Location of Log Volumes /hana/log/HID, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

20. Keep the default value n for Restrict maximum memory allocation?, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

21. Keep the default value hanaides for Certificate Host Name For Host ‘hanaides’, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

22. Enter password for SAP Host Agent User sapadm and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

23. Confirm password for SAP Host Agent User sapadm and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

24. Enter password for System Administrator User hidadm and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

25. Confirm password for System Administrator User hidadm and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

26. Keep System Administrator Home Directory as /usr/sap/HID/home, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

27. Keep System Administrator Login Shell as /bin/sh, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

28. Keep System Administrator User ID as 1001, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

29. Keep ID of User Group sapsys as 79, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

30. Enter password for System Database User SYSTEM and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

31. Confirm password for System Database User SYSTEM and press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

32. Keep n for Restart system after machine reboot?, just press the enter key (Figure 4.3)

Figure 4.3: Multiple parameter for SAP HANA Database installation

33. Double check the selected option in the summary screen and enter y for continue setup (Figure 4.4)

Figure 4.4: Summary of all selected parameters

34. SAP HANA Database installation has started in Figure 4.5

Figure 4.5: SAP HANA Database installation started

35. SAP HANA Database installation completed successfully (Figure 4.6)

Note: SAP HANA Database installation can take 5 to 10 minutes depending on your system specification

Figure 4.6: SAP HANA Database installation completed successfully

36. Use su – hidadm command to switch from root user to hidadm user (Figure 4.7)

37. Use HDB info command to check the status of SAP HANA Database, you can see SAP HANA Database is up and running (Figure 4.7).

Note: You can use HDB start to start SAP HANA Database and can use HDB stop to stop SAP HANA Database

Figure 4.7: SAP HANA Database up and running

 

We have successfully installed SAP HANA Database. In the next Part 5 of this blog we will install SAP HANA Application server for IDES.

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