Skip to Content
author's profile photo Former Member
Former Member

In transaction SM50 - what do the hash-signs mean?

Hi everyone,

I am working on a 4.6C system running on SQL Server 2005 and they are having some significant performance problems that I am having trouble with. Intermittently their nine application servers will start filling with processes performing SEQUENTIAL READ's. The select statements are finishing but are taking a long time. And then, all of a sudden, everything will be fine and processes will start working again.

The screenshot below is representative of what we are seeing. I am grateful for any advice you might have but I am very interested in the hash-signs (number-signs) that are next to the tablenames. I don't think I've ever seen them before. Does anyone know what they indicate?

By the way, when there are slow-downs like this there are no accompanying shortdumps. The system log does not reference them. The developer traces don't say anything about them. I can't see any errors nor warnings to followup on.

Thanks for any help you can offer.

PS: the client is already planning to upgrade to ECC 6 this summer.

screenshot.png (243.9 kB)
Add a comment
10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

Assigned Tags

Related questions

2 Answers

  • author's profile photo Former Member
    Former Member
    Posted on May 20, 2015 at 06:32 AM

    Hi Robert,

    Database operation for current step like snapshot of # of row direct read, sequential read etc.

    Even its also mean Access to SAP pool table.

    Regards

    Santosh Dwivedi

    Message was edited by: Santosh Dwivedi

    Add a comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

  • Posted on May 20, 2015 at 12:06 PM

    Hello Robert,

    the note "1523684 - tables ########## in SM50 or SM66" describes a similar issue, but for releases higher than 4.6C, it could be related to dbmssslib.dll.

    Regards, Alwina

    Add a comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

Before answering

You should only submit an answer when you are proposing a solution to the poster's problem. If you want the poster to clarify the question or provide more information, please leave a comment instead, requesting additional details. When answering, please include specifics, such as step-by-step instructions, context for the solution, and links to useful resources. Also, please make sure that you answer complies with our Rules of Engagement.
You must be Logged in to submit an answer.

Up to 10 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum of 1.0 MB each and 10.5 MB total.