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Activity of server during startup

Hi All,

I wanted to know which logs should i view when i start the Netweaver server from the

SAPMMC console.

Sometimes its takes a lot time.

So which log so i check to know what is happening .

Also in case of Netweaver Unix Server how can i check if the servers are running on

IS there any utility to check this.

Alos if there is any Guide regarding the Troubleshooting for Netwaever server it would be very helpful

REgards

Manoj

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 09:16 AM

    Hello Manjo,

    the files in directory ..\usr\sap\DVEBMGSxx\work should give you information about the status of the system. When you start a SAP System it writes log files in this directory. So the freshest log file will contain information of whats goin on in the moment.

    In unix environment you could check the processes that are running with:

    ps -ef

    there should be processes like the following:

    dw.sap<SID>_DVEBMGS<xx> pf=/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/<SID>_DVEBMGS<xx>_<hostname>

    Regards, Michael

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 10:10 AM

    Hi,

    If you want to see the logs means the following area to check during startup of sap server(windows)

    <b>Developer trace\work directory.

    Eventveiwer

    Sapstartup log</b>

    Unix

    in unix you can type pf -ef |grep sap*( | means pipe)

    it will show the process list of SAP running in the system

    For further information loginto help.sap.com,service.sap.com

    i hope it will help you

    kiran kumar.v

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