Saturday, 9 December 2017

SAP BASIS Training | SAP BASIS System Monitoring

SAP BASIS is a collection of programs and tools that act as integration with database, Operating system, Communication protocols and business applications (such as FI, CO, MM, etc). Full form of BASIS is "Business Application Software Integrated solution".
SAP applications such as FI, CO, SAP PP etc. can interact with each other across different Operating systems and Databases with the help of BASIS.
BASIS is SAP Application Server Technology and alias of NetWeaver (SAP Netweaver training by experts from SAP Trainings Online) is SAP Web Application Server.
After adding java stack (the applications which are developed in J2EE, BSP, JSP etc,) improved security standard for business process. Both ABAP and Java stack can be monitored from one platform. Definitive protocols such as HTTP, SMTP, XML, SOAP, SSO, SSL and Unicode format are promoted by Netweaver (representation of handling text).
What is System Monitoring?
System monitoring is a daily routine activity and this document provides a systematic step by step procedure for Server Monitoring. See SAP BASIS training for more detailed explanation by experts.  It gives an overview of technical aspects and concepts for proactive system monitoring. Few of them are:
  • Checking application servers
  • Monitoring system wide work processes
  • Monitoring work processes for individual instances
  • Monitoring lock entries
  • CPU utilization
  • Available space in database
  • Monitoring update processes
  • Monitoring system log
  • Buffer statistics
  • Monitoring batch jobs
  • Spool request monitoring
  • Number of print requests
  • ABAP dump analysis
  • Database performance monitor
  • Database check
  • Monitoring application users
Why Daily Basic Checks/System Monitoring?
Checking Application Servers (SM51)
This transaction is used to check all active application servers.
Monitoring work processes for individual instances SM50
Displays all running, waiting, stopped and PRIV processes related to a particular instance. Under this step we check all the processes; the process status should always be waiting or running. If any process is having a status other than waiting or running we need to check that particular process and report accordingly.
Monitoring system wide work processes (SM66)
By checking the work process load using the global work process overview, we can quickly investigate the potential cause of a system performance problem.
Monitor the work process load on all active instances across the system
Using the Global Work Process Overview screen, we can see at a glance:
  • The status of each application server
  • Reason why it is not running
  • Whether it has been restarted
  • The CPU and request run time
  • The user who has logged on and the client that they logged onto
  • The report that is running
The following table shows important transaction codes for system monitoring and performance checks:
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