Update stats Error

Hi ,
I am getting below Error in update optimizer statistics in DB13. However i am able to run stats update with help of Brtools.
this error comes after oracle upgrade from 10.0.2.4 to 11.2.0.2.0.  if anyone faced this error , please share resolution.
Step 001 started (program RSDBAJOB, variant &0000000000195, user ID )
Execute logical command BRCONNECT On host
Parameters: -u / -jid STATS20111219225543 -c -f stats -t ALL
BR0801I BRCONNECT 7.00 (51)
BR0301E SQL error -2133 at location BrOraThrEnable-1, SQL statement:
'ENABLE THREADS'
BR0806I End of BRCONNECT processing: cehmarhv.sta2011-12-19 22.55.43
BR0280I BRCONNECT time stamp: 2011-12-19 22.55.43
BR0804I BRCONNECT terminated with errors
External program terminated with exit code 3
BRCONNECT returned error status E
Job finished
Br

Hi
That was the solution:
Required Changes done are as below :-
1. Brtools update as version 7.20
2. Softlink creation as per sap note 1449619
Platform HP-UX IA64:
> cd /usr/lib/hpux64
> ln -s /oracle/client/10x_64/instantclient/libclntsh.so.10.1 .

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