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HELP: LMDB Reporting


I have a requirement to display a host's physical hostname (e.g. FQDN) and the corresponding SID, or SIDs, on one single LMDB report. I know that I can run separate reports (e.g. Host and Technical System) and merge them in Excel, but that is cumbersome and inefficient. I can see the association exists in the Hosts tab under the Alternative Hostnames tab.


All agents are properly configured and registered to the SLD. LMDB is properly sync'd with the SLD. LMDB report, SLD Completeness Check, is GREEN and without errors. I have searched Service Marketplace, Notes, Wikis, and SCN to no avail.

Question: What options do I have to get the SID and hostname in a single LMDB report?

Thanks for reading this post,

Chad.

NOTE: I'm using Solman 7.1 SP13 Linux-DB2

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2015 at 04:35 AM

    Hello

    Have you checked in LMDB reporting->SAP Technical System-Technical Instances reporting option.

    Transaction LMDB> LMDB reporting

    there you can get his info.

    Also,You can use the configuratoin reporting. In solman workcenter-> Root cause anyalysis->configuration reporting.

    Reporting using flat list (no validation)

    You will have various drill down options, SID and host name available there.

    Please find below links for your info.

    System Landscape Reporting in SAP Solution Manager

    Change Diagnostics Overview - Technical Operations - SCN Wiki

    ConfVal_Home - Technical Operations - SCN Wiki

    Thanks

    Rishav

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2015 at 04:53 AM

    Hi Chad,

    Please let me know if this issue is resolved.

    Thanks

    Rishav

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