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SAP LVM hosts status update


Hi all,

We have a scenario where DB was restarted of LVM and the status of all the host agents are not updated even after 2 hours , if we manually go to operations->hosts and click on Refresh monitoring data the status is turning green .

Is there any process to have automate to refresh status of the hosts for every 5 min.

Please suggest,

Thanks,

Subhash.G

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2015 at 06:50 PM

    Hi Subhash,

    just to be sure: So you did restart the DB of the NW Java where SAP LVM is running on? Was it a planned restart together with the AS Java or did your DB more or less crash? 😉

    I'm asking because once the connection between SAP LVM and the Host Agents is established SAP LVM will know when hosts go up or down without any manual (or scheduled) status refresh.

    Are you or is one of your colleages attending SAP TechEd Las Vegas this week? We would be happy to meet you there.

    Best regards,

    Andreas

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    • Hi Don,

      can you tell what the actual monitory error message says and whether the monitoring job is running? If the latter is not the case you only get a Status update when clicking on "refresh Monitoring data" and not subsequently.

      If you assume a timeout problem to be the root issue you can increase the SAP LVM timeout values for connecting to its managed instances here:

      Setup à Settings à Monitoring à Expert mode

      Time Interval for Refreshing Host Monitoring Data [seconds]:

      Time Interval for Refreshing Instance Monitoring Data [seconds]:

      Time Interval for Refreshing Inventory Monitoring Data [seconds]:

      Did that improve your situation?


      Best,

      Andreas

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