Dump/Load (from ASE 12.5.4 to ASE 15.x) - VS.
We are in the process of planning the upgrade of our ASE
12.5.4 dataservers to ASE 15.x. What is the most
recommended way to upgrade ASE dataservers from ASE 12.5.4
to ASE 15.x?
1) Install new instances of ASE 15.x and load database
dumps from our ASE 12.5.4 dataservers to the newly installed
ASE 15.x dataservers.
- OR -
2) Use the ASE upgrade utility (sqlupgrade) to upgrade our
existing ASE 12.5.4 dataservers to ASE 15.x.
What are the Pros vs. Cons for loading a 12.5.4 database
into a 15.x ASE dataserver versus performing an ASE
dataserv...ASE 12.5.2 to ASE 188.8.131.52
I have to return to ASE 184.108.40.206 from ASE 12.5.2.
I created a new server and did a dump/load of a user database and
that seems to be fine.
Is this a safe way to downgrade ?
Is it necessary to create a new server (master database) or should it
also be possible to shutdown the 12.5.2 server and start it again with
the 220.127.116.11 binary ?
...Upgrade ASE 12.0/64 bit on AIX 4.3.3 to ASE 12.5.x/64 bit on AIX 5.2
Trying to find what is the supported upgrade path for the above. Going from
12.0/64bit on AIX 4.3.3 to 12.5 (or 12.5.x) 64bit on AIX 5.2.
If I put AIX 5.2 , the dataserver binary of 12.0 will not work which is used
during the upgrade.
If I put 12.5.x on 4.3.3, the dataserver binary will not work beacuse it is
new binary for 5.2.
Other than backup the databases and load them to the new server, is there a
supported how to upgrade?
...Upgrade from ASE 18.104.22.168 to ASE 12.5.1
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I've just upgraded from ASE 22.214.171.124 to ASE 12.5.1. I tried
to start the server, but it won't startup.
Here is the message:
sybase(ASE1250)328 /app/sybase/ASE-12_5/install -->
startserver -f RUN_AMXDB
sybase(ASE1250)329 /app/sybase/ASE-12_5/install -->
00:00000:00000:2004/01/05 21:37:44.10 kernel Use license
00:00000:00000:2004/01/05 21:37:44.10 ker...Upgrading from ASE (32-bit) 126.96.36.199 on Solaris 2.8 64-bit to ASE(64-bit) 12.5.1 on Solaris 64-bit
We are planning to upgrade our ASE servers from a 32-bit ASE 188.8.131.52 to
64-bit ASE 12.5.1 on Solaris 8. Could you please give what are the steps to
be taken care and how do I start with ( Do I have to first upgrade to
32-bit12.5.1 and then upgrade to 64-bit ASE 12.5.1, or directly upgrade from
32-bit 184.108.40.206 to 64-bit 12.5.1 ?).
Could you also please point to some documentation (about upgrading 32-bit
220.127.116.11 to 64-bit 12.5.1).
...ASE 18.104.22.168 to ASE 12.5.4 upgrade path
I would like to know if the migration from ASE 22.214.171.124 to
12.5.4 a direct migration or is there an intermediate
upgrade to be performed in between?
Take a look at the release bulletins and installation guides for your
platform. These are the first steps to any upgrade.
<passerby> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
>I would like to know if the migration from ASE 126.96.36.199 to
> 12.5.4 a direct migration or is there an intermediate
> upgrade to be performed in between?
...Migration from ASE-64 bits 188.8.131.52 to ASE 64 bits 12.5.3 for AIX 5.3
Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to
migrate an ASE 184.108.40.206 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64
> Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to
> migrate an ASE 220.127.116.11 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64
> Thank you
Apply 12.5.2 IR then 12.5.3 esd 5.
Jason L. Froebe
On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 07:18:22 -0800, kamel wrote:
> Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to migrate an
> ASE 18.104.22.168 ...A Possible fix for Suse 8.0 and ASE 22.214.171.124 (upgrade from 126.96.36.199)
Hi All, I had a similar problem to what a lot of you were experiencing...
with regards to glibc issues with ASE and Suse 8.0, and the server not
After a lot of reading up, and running stack traces, and various other
things to try and get my ASE 188.8.131.52 esd#2 upgraded to 184.108.40.206 esd#1 (and
of course ready for when 220.127.116.11 comes out),
I came to the conclusion that the 2.2.5-55 and 2.2.5-158 were both not
suitable for running 18.104.22.168 (my 22.214.171.124 worked well tho).
I found the following article from SuSe...
ftp://ftp.is.co.za/linux/distributions/suse/8.0/unsorted...Performance Degradation after ASE 12.0 upgrade to ASE 12.5
There was a issue posted on 08/06/2002 by 'Bob' related to performance
degradation after upgrade of ASE 11.9.2 to ASE 12.5. I would like to know
whether anyone has found any solution/workaround
to resolve those issues without making any changes in the application code.
We are also facing the same problems here after upgrade of ASE 12.0 to ASE
12.5. The program which takes 10 mins. on ASE 12.0 is taking more than 3
hrs to finish on ASE 12.5 despite of using the same indexes and the program
which takes 3 hrs on ASE 12.0 is taking more than 24 hours on ASE 12.5. ...ASE 126.96.36.199 to ASE 12.5 and Rep Server 12.1
We are planning the upgrade of our ASE 188.8.131.52 64bit on AIX
4.3.3 to ASE 12.5 64bit on AIX 4.3.3. We are also using Rep
Server 12.1 with these two servers. My question is do I
need to upgrade Rep Server as well, or will 12.1 Rep Server
Work with ASE 12.5.
Also, we will be upgrading AIX to 5.1 as well.
Any advice is appreciated.
It will work, however you wont be able to use any of the 12.5 new datatypes,
and the rep_agents will spit out annoying error/warning messages everytime
they are restarted. Our production system has been running that way for
about ye...Upgrade ASE 12.5.0 to 12.5.2
There're a couple of EBFs that upgrade ASE 12.5.0 to 12.5.1
or maybe 12.5.2 I can't remember. Does anyone know the EBF #
and were I can get them?
Platform is Linux.
The EBF updates are at
or go to the Sybase home page , select Dowbloads/EBFs
<Ollie> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> There're a couple of EBFs that upgrade ASE 12.5.0 to 12.5.1
> or maybe 12.5.2 I can't remember. Does anyone know the EBF #
> and were I can get them?
> Platform...Upgrading from ASE 12.5.x to ASE 15.0.2
I have been writing some checklists regarding the Upgrade from ASE12.5.x
version to ASE15.0.2 version, and I have to cover some different sceneries.
I would like to confirm with you guys, If my thoughts are correct
regarding the methods for each situation, and if not, would like some advice
from you please. Correct me please if I am wrong.
Follow the sceneries and the possible methods for each situation that I need
A) Migrating from ASE 12.5.x 32-bit to ASE 15.0.2 64-bit version of
Adaptive Server Enterprise (in this case the page size ...ASE 184.108.40.206 / SWR 8775 UPGRADE TO ASE 220.127.116.11/EBF 10628 PERFORMANCE PROBLEM
We recently upgraded ASE 18.104.22.168/SWR 8775 to ASE 22.214.171.124/EBF 10628.
Some queries stopped returning resultsets. Recompiled the stored procs which
fixed the issue.
But the queries are running slower now. The overall performance of the app
has become sluggish.
The CPU is generally running higher as well!
Have also set LD_LIBRARY_PATH_64 to include the new Solaris 8 threads
Anybody any insights into this? How can we get back to the pre-upgrade
performance levels short of rolling back the EBF.
I guess 126.96.36.199 requires some Solaris ...Does ASE 12.5.3 IR is a EBF for ASE 12.5.2?
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I noticed that release description of ASE 12.5.3 like the following:
*Product Name: * Adaptive Server Enterprise
*Platform: * Win NT *Release Version: * 12.5.2
*Release Description: * EBF 12150: 12.5.3 IR *Release Date: * 01 Dec
So it seems that it's a EBF of ASE 12.5.2. But it seems not possible to
download it. :(
What's the matter? Must pay for that?