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RFC gateway trace keeps activating

Hi experts!

We are having a problem in our Live XI environment. The issue is the following:

We have an unique communication user and an unique RFC for all the interfaces that uses an RFC channel. The problem is that the gateway trace is being activated every time an RFC connection is done. This is creating big .trc files as we do over 5000 rfc connections every day with this user.

Our Basis team has disabled the trace but, when a new connection is done, the trace is being activated again.

Could you please help us to find where can be this trace activated? Could it be a parameter in the XI system?

Thanks in advance!!

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Jose Luis C.S.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:52 PM

    I update this with a trace... hope it helps:

    Mon Nov 19 23:46:58 2007

    • found trace flag (2) in appc header ***

    IN:

    ---

    ReqType : CPIC SysIdx : 607 ReqLen : 1610 ReqId : 4799

    CommIdx : -1 ConnIdx : 16 ReqVer : 6 Trace : 2

    conn : 16 wp_no : -1 ReqBlk : -1

    RqType : SAP_SEND Prot : INT UID : -1 Mode : 0

    User : SapRc : 0 AppcRc : 0 ConvId : 37909116

    Vector : F_V_SEND_DATA F_V_RECEIVE

    Info : SYNC_CPIC_FUNCTION WITH_GW_SAP_PARAMS_HDR

    Send Length : 1530

    Req Length : 16000

    -


    Address

    Offset

    CPIC-Data

    -


    x00831550

    000000

    01010008 01020101 01010000 01010103

    ................

    x00831560

    000016

    00040000 020b0103 0106000b 04010002

    ................

    x00831570

    000032

    01000200 00002301 06000700 0e31302e

    ......#......10.

    x00831580

    000048

    3131322e 3234362e 31333900 07001100

    112.246.139.....

    -


    GwSearchConn3: found conn 16 without search

    GwIHandleRq: own_index: 0

    GwIHandleRq: set act rq type SAP_SEND

    R3SEND(37909116, cpic_vector=1, ..)

    I am the client (0)

    GwBufInsert: insert data/status for conn/target 16/1, req_block_no: -1

    GwBufInsert: insert data

    GwBufInsert: use_req_block_addr (8000000100831490, len=1806)

    GwBufInsert: (after insert): no/old/new: 1/26/26, conn/target: 16/1

    R3RCV(37909116, cpic_vector=1, ..)

    R3ISaveRcv: wait for 16000 bytes

    R3ISaveRcv: data for partner buffered

    R3ISendData: send saved data to conn/target 16/1, async_rfc=0

    R3ISendData: Data (1530 bytes) can be send completely

    GwSetCPICState: state of conn/index 16/1: SEND

    GwSetCPICState: state of conn/index 16/0: RECEIVE

    GwSendToClient: send data to conn/target/client 16/1/0

    OUT:

    -


    ReqType : CPIC SysIdx : 0 ReqLen : 1610 ReqId : 4799

    CommIdx : 142 ConnIdx : 16 ReqVer : 6 Trace : 2

    conn : 16 wp_no : -1 ReqBlk : -1

    RqType : SAP_SEND Prot : INT UID : 24025 Mode : 0

    User : SapRc : 0 AppcRc : 0 ConvId : 37909116

    Vector : F_V_SEND_DATA F_V_RECEIVE

    Info : SYNC_CPIC_FUNCTION WITH_GW_SAP_PARAMS_HDR

    Info3 : GW_WITH_CODE_PAGE

    Data rec : 2 Rec Leng: 1530 Stat rec: 1 ReqToSnd: 0

    -


    Address

    Offset

    CPIC-Data

    -


    x00831550

    000000

    01010008 01020101 01010000 01010103

    ................

    x00831560

    000016

    00040000 020b0103 0106000b 04010002

    ................

    x00831570

    000032

    01000200 00002301 06000700 0e31302e

    ......#......10.

    x00831580

    000048

    3131322e 3234362e 31333900 07001100

    112.246.139.....

    -


    GwRqDpSendTo (gw_id=0, appc_ca_blk=-1, len=1610, comm_index=-1)

    LOCK APPC ca_blk 57

    ThGetCommIdx: found index 142 via appc_hdr

    found entry 142 (tid/uid/mode/conv_id/a_r: 101/24025/0/37909116/0)

    make DISP owner of appc_ca_blk 57

    DpRqPutIntoQueue: put request into queue (reqtype 0, prio LOW, rq_id 60586)

    GwDispWakeUp: send wakeup with ni handle 5

    NiIWrite: write 1, 1 packs, MESG_IO, hdl 5, data complete

    -OUT- sender_id APPC_SERVER tid 101 wp_ca_blk -1 wp_id -1

    -OUT- action SEND_TO_WP uid 24025 appc_ca_blk 57 type NOWP

    -OUT- new_stat NO_CHANGE mode 0 len 1610 rq_id 60586

    GwFreeMemory: free 8000000100831490 (len=1806)

    GwFreeMemory: act_overflow_size = 0 (- 1806)

    R3ISendData (after release): no/old/new: 0/27/26

    R3RCV: state of conn/index 16/0: RECEIVE_WAIT_FOR_DATA

    • trace switched off ***

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