Bug: Upgrading an ArcSDE geodatabase for Oracle fails when the Upgrade Geodatabase tool is executed from a Linux platform
When upgrading an ArcSDE Oracle geodatabase, the Upgrade Geodatabase tool fails if executed from a Linux platform. The failure also occurs if the Upgrade Geodatabase tool is run as a script or a model.
The following error message displays in the output of the tool:
File ../python26/lib/python2.6/site-packages/arcpy/arcpy/management.py", line 532, in
arcgisscripting.ExecuteError: Could not update ArcSDE server tables and stored procedures.
Failed to execute (UpgradeGDB)."
The following error message displays in the sde_setup.log file, after the first time the upgrade is attempted:
ERROR in creating system stored procedures.
Oracle geodatabase object definition files are missing from the Linux installations of ArcGIS Server and Engine RT.
For more information on upgrading, see the Upgrading an ArcSDE geodatabase in Oracle topic in ArcGIS 10 Web Help.