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Pre check B'fore Client Copy...,

hi all...,

What are the Pre-checking to be done before Client copy to be done.

Mail me the procedure to check the size of both clients.

Is size a factor to be checked before client copy?

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Arun

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Hi Arun ,

    Manually check the space in :\usr - drive

    Before Start Client Copy we need to maintain the table space

    In command Prompt --- SAPDBA

    Reduce the Table Space.

    SCC4 -


    Client Maintenance

    Click Change

    Click New Entries.

    Define the Roll with New Client Number (002) and its properties

    Save.

    Back

    Save

    Log off and enter in New Client (002)

    Local Client Copy:

    SCCL -


    Local Client Copy

    Define the Source Client

    Define select Profile

    And Start using Start Immediate or Background job Schedule.

    SCC3 -


    Client Copy Log

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 02:36 PM

    HI...

    The main steps involved in client copy and transport are

    deleting table contents in the target client to establish a consistent environment

    copying the data from the source client to the target client

    postprocessing activities to regenerate the runtime environment

    PLease visit the following link which will also illustrates the required authorizations to perform the client copy

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_40b/helpdata/fr/69/c24c4e4ba111d189750000e8322d00/content.htm

    hope this is helpful..

    Thank you

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:29 AM

    Hi Friends..,

    My Query was: Is SIZE a factor during Client Copy?

    What is the procedure for viewing the SIZE of the Clients?

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 03:46 PM

    Hello Arun,

    Size indeed is one of the most important factor for client copy pre-checks.

    To know the required client size for local clint copy:

    Execute transaction SCCL

    Select client copy profile

    Select source client & user master

    Click Test run

    Schedule in background

    Choose background server & the Schedule client copy

    Confirm details & click Continue

    Now this is important: Choose Resource Check button for knowing the size requirement.

    Then click immediate --> Check ---> Save

    Choose Output Device (DO NOT Print immediately)

    Then execute transaction SCC3

    Drill down to view the log & progress

    After the test run is complete, double click on 'Resource Analysis" button

    It will give you screen stating something like that:

    Area Free (KB) Required (KB)

    Tablespace1 100,000 90,000

    Tablespace2 100,000 12,000

    Now you have 100,000 KB of free space in Tablesapce1 but only require 90,000 KB for client copy. so you need not add any files to this table space as client copy pre-check

    However you need to add 2,000 KB to tablespace as a pre-check for client copy.

    Remember: this log only data type tablespaces. also increase corresponding index type tablespace too

    Hope this resolves your query.

    Regards,

    Ammey Kesarkar

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