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1899353 - "dblocate" is unable to find SQL Anywhere databases from the second database server on a machine


Part of our solution is that always two database servers run on one Windows machine serving each three databases. The server started in the way of:

dbsrv16 -n <server#1 name> <db#1 file> -n <db#1 name> <db#2 file> -n <db#2 name> <db#3 file> -n <db#3 name>

dbsrv16 -n <server#2 name> <db#4 file> -n <db#4 name> <db#5 file> -n <db#5 name> <db#6 file> -n <db#6 name>

In some customers’ environments it happens, that "dblocate" does not find all databases. Only those databases from the first started SQL Anywhere engine are found. Those databases from the SQL Anywhere server, started as the 2nd, cannot be found.



SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere


SAP SQL Anywhere all versions ; SQL Anywhere all versions


KBA , BC-SYB-SQA , SQL Anywhere (on premise, on demand) , Problem

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