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All the BATCH work processes are occupied

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We have BW SAP EHP 1 for SAP NetWeaver 7.0 patch 0006 on linux and Oracle 11g.

We have 6 application instances in our production system.

There is batch job is scheduled BIDTPR_2250218_1 in system.

Some times these jobs occupied all the batch work processes and other jobs goes in waiting where as batch work processes are free on other application instances.

How can we avoid this situation ?

Regards

Ganesh Tiwari

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 04:16 PM

    Hi,

    Ask basis team to increase the required instances(work processes) as per your needs

    Or try to reduce maximum parallel processes for your specific dtp(BIDTPR_2250218_1) load.

    T code - RSBATCH to increase or decrease parallel processes.

    Thanks

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 06:54 AM

    Go to T.Code SM51.

    Check the number of servers. If you have more than one, Then double click on each and check the running processes.

    In which you will find less number of Processes are running, Double click on that one and Run you DTP.

    It will run fine.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2014 at 08:41 AM

    Ganesh - Check if there are any server groups then schedule the job using the server group instead of using one so that the load gets disctributed equally across all.

    If the batch job is trigering the PC then use the debug option to set wait times for some of the PCs so that the load is balanced across all

    Thanks

    Abhishek Shanbhogue

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