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Stopped CPIC and Note 387598

We've just upgraded to ECC 6.0 and have seen one occurance of all our dialog and updates being held up in a "Stopped CPIC" status. I've read note 387598 but am unsure how to check if the number of APPC blocks was really the cause.

Does anyone know where to look to see if the Stopped CPIC problem was really caused by a lack of APPC blocks?

thanx

Mark

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 05:43 PM

    Can you check an affected dev_w* trace? There should be some information about the issue.

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    Markus

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      I looked over the work process trace files but nothing stood our during the 5 - 10 minute time the system was stuck in this state. I thought the dev_rd (gateway) trace might have some errors but it didn't have anything for that time at all. I also scanned thru the dev_rfc traces to no avail.

      thanx

      Mark

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 05:45 PM

    I found how to see it in real time. It's in SM51 - Goto > Server Name > Information > APPC-CA blocks.

    Would still like a history of it - if that's possible.

    thanx

    Mark

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 05:51 PM

    Hello Mark,

    You are not the only one...

    Make sure your kernel is updated. (kernel between 143 and 154 had issues related to it, according to an OSS message I opened a while back)

    Please consider Note 384971, with more info in Note 3223.

    Best regards,

    Victor

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