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Solution Manger Sap MMC, disp+work process says message server unreachable

Hi Folks, I have installed Solution Manager on Windows 2003, 3GB ram, 300 Gigs, installation completed success fully, after installation i worked on post-installation, like client creation, setting up solution monitoring, logon.._sap* to 0. After I have restarted the solman, in the Sap MMC says dispwork running but message server not connected, and after few moments dispwork stopped.

I think its due to memory allocation for ABAP stack, i searched for this problem, but i didnt find good solution. Any body could sugges me in working out this problem, and also may be in the profiles folder, if there's any thing which i can add parameters for abap/buffer or abap/heap size.

Hope some could try to resolve this.

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 11:13 AM

    check fist the trace files dev_disp and dev_w0 if you really have a memory problem.

    If yes:

    - add /3GB /PAE /USEVA:2600 to your boot.ini and restart

    - check if you need to rebase DLLs (note 664269 - Rebasing DLLs under WFP)

    To avoid all those memory problems I suggest to go for 64bit platform.

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    Markus

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 03:16 AM

    I solved it, its due to memory issues with WIndows 2003.

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 03:16 AM

    solved

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