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SAP XI Server Adminstrative Activities

Hi All,

Beside taking backup what are other routime activites to be performed for XI Server? like cleaning archived files,log and ledger..

Ranjeet Singh.

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 03:05 PM

    Hi Ranjeet,

    Few other Activities :

    1. Proper Monitoring (SLD...etc)

    2. Applying latest patches..from service marketplace

    3. Make sure that SAP is looking into your server through SOLMAN( if installed)

    4. Logging of issues into service market place (if any)

    ,....etc

    Regards,

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    • Hi,

      For general Monitoring :

      BPM :

      TCodes :

      SXMB_MONI_BPE for monitoring of BPM

      SXWF_XI_SWI1 Process Selection

      SXWF_XI_SWI14 Processes for one Message Type

      SXWF_XI_SWI6 Processes for a message

      SXWF_XI_SWI2_DIAG Diagnosis process with errors

      SXWF_XI_SXPR Continue processes following errors

      Queue :

      SMQ1 Outbound queue

      SMQ2 Inbound Queue

      Monitor

      SXMB_MONI Integration engine monitoring

      SWELS Event trace switching on and off.

      SWEL

      RFC

      SM58 RFC error Log

      Hope these tcodes will help you to monitor.

      Regards

      Aashish Sinha

      PS : Reward points if helpful

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:48 PM

    Hi Ranjeet,

    --->I was interested in log,tracing and other type of message which should be cleaned up regularly to prevent Server from disk space problem.

    Which files should we clean up regularly besides taking backup.?

    <b>Offcourse Log files which are of not much use..</b>and also you need to keep track of the particular activity because of which space in XI is consuming and as per that need to take the respective action..

    there is no hard and fast rule...usually one learns with exp..

    Regards,

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