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Dbmon reset - iseries i570

Hi Guys,

We have a problem with ST04 in our R/3 4.6C system.

OSS sap recommend reset our dbmon in the DB server with the command:

CALL PGM(QQQCSDBM) PARM('*RESET' '' '')

IBM say this reset is included in IPL process, for this recommend execute an IPL.

Which is the best way?

- Only reset the Dbmon (with the command)

- Execute an IPL in DB server.

Regards,

Ernesto Castro

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    Hi,

    look at sap note 1000468

    CALL PGM(QQQCSDBM) PARM('*RESET' '' '')

    is only temporary solution , The root cause of the problem is in the database monitor code and needs to be fixed by IBM only,Report the problem to your IBM support organization to obtain a fix.

    after applying fix IPL is required.

    regards,

    kaushal

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:46 AM

    Hi Eresto,

    the OSS information is correct, but you should switch to the very new DB Monitor or turn it off!

    Otherwise, it will always hurt you again ;-(

    The very new DB monitor is available as of V5R4 and should be activated as described in note 1083218. If you do not have V5R4, please turn it off except, you really want to make some investigations ...

    Regards

    Volker Gueldenpfennig, consolut international ag

    http://www.consolut.de - http://www.4soi.de - http://www.easymarketplace.de

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