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How to Statistic program that not be executed?

hello:

I use T-code STAD to access the statistics files and display the statistical records,all executed program can be displayed.

But I want to Statistic program that not be executed,so thatI can delete these program.

anyone can help me?

Thanks a lot

le xian

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    May 09, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    Hi,

    If i understand correctely, you are looking for a report which will delete the statistics logs, or you need stop this trace.... if yes then below is the answer ..

    In active systems, the R/3 statistics file is constantly written to with statistics data records, provided the statistics indicator in the SAP startup profile is set to "stat/level = 1". Another relevant factor are the statistics parameters in the instance profiles (stat/...rec). However, The statistics file is usually deleted - when the batch job SAP_COLLECTOR_FOR_PERFMONITOR or COLLECTOR_FOR_PERFORMANCEMONITOR is

    scheduled (hourly=default value is the best) - when it reaches a certain

    size. The default value is currently 100 MB, which corresponds to about

    200,000 to 300,000 (depending on release) statistics entries (about

    300,000 screen changes). For each screen change in the SAP System, about

    340 - 500 bytes are written to the statistics file (when statistics

    recording is switched on and standard setting).

    Hope this will help you, let me know if you are looking for something else.

    Best Regards,

    Sachin.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hy lexian,

      Did you find a solution for your problem yet? If so , could you please post your approach?

      I'm tryin' to get the same information out of my system.

      I found this one:

      http://www.sap-img.com/bc041.htm

      Here they explain how to get the information out of the stat-file.

      You could read the stat-file first, then go through table tadir to find your own programs. You could then for each of your programs do a look up in the stat-file you read before, and get the information when it was executed last.

      But the main problem you'll get will be, that the stat-file is set to 100MB as default. So you perhaps won't find all records back to one year. So, for "year-end-closing" programs and similar stuff you'll be missing the information "last executed".

      regards

      Sven