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can't logon SLT server after starting 70 tables' replication

Hi experts,

Today I was going to replicate tables from our retail product env to our HANA product server.

I started 70 tables' replication in 10 minutes, including some very large tables,such as VBFA,MBEW

And after 8 hours, before I got off work, I wanted to check the replication status, but I found that I can't logon the SLT via SAP Gui.

SLT prd server has only one configuration with the job settings as15/10/2. I don't have a snapshot as I can't logon right now.

I wonder what happened in the SLT server in background? Are the tables' replication still in process?

How can I find the status of the SLT server ? And then how to logon and start new tables' replication?

Thank you for your any input!

Chong

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 01:59 PM

    hi all,

    after more than 15 minutes, I logged in. But when I execute any command (LTRC ie), it's too slow.

    And I found the replication is still in process. I added 2 columns CHANGE_DATE and CHANGE_TIME, and assign the value SY_DATUM and SY_UZEIT respectively.

    the max value of the 2 columns are changing all the time.

    our HANA expert told me that on HANA server disk is almost full and cpu was 100% occupied 2 times. Is this the root cause? I just got to know that SLT is based on HANA.

    Chong

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 10:52 AM

    Hi

    Replication status u can check in HANA studio also.after login to HANA studio u can go to

    data provisioning n check there tables are replicated r not.

    See the screen shot for your reference

    Regards

    Vinod.


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