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Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )

Hello

We are getting following error on log file on redhat Linux 6.10 server.

Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24086]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24086]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24082]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24082]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24090]: R47 Basis System: Delete session T188_U22117_M0 after error: Execution was canceled (Softcancel) [Warning/Session]
SAPOCP_30[24113]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24113]: Q0I Basis System: Operating system call recv failed (error no. 110 )
SAPOCP_30[24100]: AB0 Basis System: Runtime error "CALL_FUNCTION_SIGNON_INCOMPL" occurred.
SAPOCP_30[24100]: AB0 Basis System: Runtime error "CALL_FUNCTION_SIGNON_INCOMPL" occurred.
SAPOCP_30[24100]: R47 Basis System: Delete session T54_U150_M0 after error: Execution was manually aborted [Warning/Session

multiple times in last 2-3 days.

SAP Application team are saying there is some network issue.

Some one please let us know this error details, what this resembles. Is there any way to trace out on this

With regards

Thanks

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  • Hi Bhagyesh Vanarse

    There is no risks in these logs which you are getting in SM21, Basically these kind of logs generated because of below reasons:-

    • When our session from SAP disconnect due to log out from system.
    • Our network disconnect from SAP and our session disconnect
    you can trace out these logs from SM21 tcode. If any work process is getting restarted automatically then please check log of that particular work process logs from SM50.Hope this will help you..

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