This section describes the measures you need to take after an incomplete recovery in the following cases: Case 1 Restore of a complete offline backup and subsequently opening the database, without performing a complete recovery of the database Case 2 Restore of a complete online or offline backup and subsequent point-in-time recovery of the database (with ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS) Prerequisites There are the following possible problem situations: Situation A […]

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A member of the group – or the entire group – of current online redo log files (that is, the redo log files in which the database changes are currently being recorded) is lost. Use the entries in the ALERT file and in the LGWR trace file to analyze the error situation. You must check all sources of information for possible LGWR errors. Even if an error allows the instance […]

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Use When an operation mode has been switched, you can see in the process overview whether the work process types have been changed correctly.Procedure To monitor the work processes on your current application server: From the R/3 initial screen, choose Tools ® Administration ® Monitor ® System monitoring ® Process overview. Alternatively, call Transaction SM50.The system displays an overview of the work processes for the server you have logged onto.The […]

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If only one member of an inactive online redo log group has been lost, you can use the recovery procedure described in Recovering from Current Online Redo Log Missing. Experienced users can correct this error without shutting down the database. For more information, see the Oracle documentation. The recovery procedure is different when the database pauses because a redo log switch to an online redo log file was unsuccessful. None […]

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finition There are seven main groups of buffers found in the shared memory. For more information on each buffer type, see : Repository Buffers Table Buffers Program Buffer SAPgui Buffers Roll and Paging Buffers SAP Calendar Buffer SAP Cursor Cache

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Procedure Choose CCMS ® Control/monitoring ® Work process overview. Alternatively, call Transaction SM66. Position the cursor on the instance and choose Choose. You can terminate the program that is currently running and debug it. For background processes, additional information is available for the background job that is currently running. You can only display this information, if you are logged onto the instance where the job is running, or if you […]

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Definition The roll and paging buffers are the preferred working area of the roll and paging areas for an instance (application server). The remaining area is located on disk as roll and paging files. The user context is stored in the extended memory and the roll area (when the job is “rolled out” of a work process). The paging area stores special data for the ABAP processor, while the extended […]

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ou can use either of these two methods: 1: Follow the path System –> Status –> Component Information (The Magnifying glass button in the SAP System Data section) 2: Use the Transaction code —- spam spam(Support package manager) –> package level Steps to Start Your Database After Kernel Upgrade Do these steps to start your database: 1. Open command prompt 2. Give command: SQLPLUS “/as sysdba”If its giving message connected […]

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OSS are online sap support notes. These notes are available online for solving critical problems in sap system.We may use the already existing notes or may add our own quaries. In order to apply any OSS note, you have to be authorized by your company and be assigned an OSS ID and password. For any SAP standard program modification, you are required to login to OSS and request for a […]

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In order to fix one of the problem in R/3 system, SAP will asked you to download an OSS notes which is a “.car” file. To work with a CAR File do the following at OS Level: Get into OS as adm Copy the .CAR file to a Temporary Directory. Uncompress the file with SAPCAR Copy the the data file generated in the data transport directory ( ej: = /usr/Sap/trans/data). […]

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