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Performance issue in PI System

Hi All,

I have being facing performance issue from many days in PI System. When I go and check for workload, I could see that high response time in early morning from 0 to 6. When I go and check for report with in the interval, I could see RFC is having high response time with multiple steps varies from 500 to 2000 it depends and also SAPMHTTP which also in multiple steps(100 to 300 steps) and AutoAbap(50 to 100).

These might be the issue of cause of more issue. There are few other reports but they are taking only single step. I think we can ignore these.

But when I go and check for RFC, It is taking multiple steps with high response which causing performance issue.

Here I need to check and find root cause for this. As I am new to this, I am not sure what would be the better approach of proceeding further.

How to check this RFC part, I mean it is with Multiple steps with high response time. What actually this RFC doing? what actually it is being called?

why this is resulting more time?

Can anyone please suggest me, how to check this and what needs to be checked to sort out this issue.

Thanks In Advance.



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    Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 03:12 PM

    Hello Aditya,

    in ST03N, in the analysis view, there is a section for RFC Profiles.

    This should help in source/target system to find out, what programs, causing the performance issues.

    Best regards


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