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SUM running status

Dear All ,

Where we can check the SUM is running . In my point of view it should be Phase.log in abap/log . I am updating Solution manager from SP04 to SP12 using SUM . Currently its in "import tool" phase and I want to check weather its running or not.

Please guide.

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2014 at 11:25 PM

    In All SUM Upgrade/patch Etc there are the same forms of monitoring progress:

    1. Check in <upgrade directory>/abap/log (ABAP)

    2. Check in <upgrade directory>/abap/tmp (ABAP)

    3. Check in <upgrade directory>/sdt/log

    If in these directories do you have files with recent updated time so, the process is running without any issue.

    If is not your case you will need to check:

    1. sm37/sm50 jobs will high process time

    2. st22 jobs cancelled with errors.

    If all look normal witouth issue check the space in upgrade directory, DB logs, /usr/sap/trans and another sap directories.

    in import tool phase you can check tms logs too. in STMS t-code -> log PCT. for more clues

    hope this help you.

    Christopher Arias

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2014 at 11:08 AM

    The <Upgrade_Directory>/abap/log and <Upgrade_Directory>/abap/tmp will contain the log files.

    The logs are created in the <Upgrade_Directory>/abap/tmp directory and once a phase or task has been completed it will moved to the <Upgrade_Directory>/abap/log directory.

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2014 at 11:10 AM

    Hi Sridhar,

    you can check the logs in SUM/abap/log file for details for ABAP,

    For Java,

    you can check in ./SUM/sdt/log file.

    With Regards

    Ashutosh Chaturvedi

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