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Reviewing the Log Files for Database Server Installation on DB2

The database server component installation creates a number of log files, such as UpgWiz.log, UpgWiz_01.log (which increments to additional logs) within the SIEBEL_ROOT\Siebsrvr\log subdirectory, which you must review for any errors.

NOTE:  UpgWiz.log is the most recently created log file; UpgWiz_01 is the next most recent, and so on.

When you install your primary(base) language pack, it creates a special log file with the name dataimp_prim_lang.log.

Acceptable Errors for Database Server Installation on DB2

The log files may include errors that are expected and benign. Compare any error messages found in the log files to the sample error messages in the errors.rtf file, which is located in the installation subdirectory for your database platform, for example, DB2UDB. (If a log file is not listed in the errors.rtf file, then there are no acceptable error messages for that log file.) No further action is required if the log files contain only errors listed in the errors.rtf file.

NOTE:  Only one of each type of error occurring in a particular log file appears in the errors.rtf file.

If you find errors not listed in the errors.rtf file, correct the condition that caused the errors, and rerun the Upgrade Wizard. The wizard will restart from the point where it left off.

Do not review error numbers alone, since these may have changed following installation of a new driver version. Instead, compare the actual error descriptions to find out which are acceptable errors for this platform.

CAUTION:  Although other errors are rarely encountered, this review is critical. Certain errors, such as a failure to create indexes, may result in performance problems or anomalous behavior in Siebel eBusiness Applications.

Troubleshooting Database Server on DB2

Typically, problems during database installation result from insufficient storage space having been allocated, or from the installer having improper user privileges.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003