OS:- Sun Solaris 5.8
DB :- UDB Db2
SAP :- 4.7 WAS 620
We are planning to install central instance (CI) and dialog instance (DI) on one host and the database instance (DBI) on another server. Due to security reasons our data center people only allow us to use "NFS" to mount the /usr/sap/trans from CI to DBI.
Is there any other way to mount /usr/sap/trans so that DBI can see it? Also, if we have another DI running on separate application server, how can we link /usr/sap/trans from CI? As in, during the Startup / Stopsap CI looks for DBI.
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