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OSDB Migration:Import ABAP running from long time

Dear Experts,

We are Migrating our ECC6EHP4 system from Solaris5.10 with Oracle 11G to RHEL 6.4 with MaxDB 7.8.02 and the DB Size:480 GB, and we are facing issues in Import ABAP Phase as below: Please help us

we have started the Import ABAP phase by importing packages in order by size

The import ABAP job of package BSAS,D010TAB,SAPSSEXC_2 is running from more than a day and it is not writing any logs and some times it is writing logs after several hours and it is not throwing any error.

we have checked the DB side there is sufficient Data area and log area is available and there is no issue from DB side.

Please help in this case what we can do analysis from the DB side or SAP import side. We have used the source and target systems same kernel with latest R3load, R3ldctl,R2Szchck patches. in this case what we can check the other logs if any thing is available please help us



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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 01:39 AM

    Hi Samba,

    I have met such kind of problems many times. Most of cases the bottleneck points to database, but please note it is very hard to prove the bottleneck is really from database. So here we suppose the bottleneck is from database, please log on database server and provide me with all.prt file:

    x_cons <dbsid> show all > all.prt

    Best regards,


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    Posted on Aug 23, 2015 at 05:47 PM

    Hello Samba,

    Please increase following parameters size in target system till migration.

    • abap/heap_area_total
    • abap/heap_area_dia
    • abap/heap_area_non_dia

    You can consider increasing dialog work process too.



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