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ST03N Tcode not showing last 3 days average response time

Hi,

In my Production system not showing last 3 days average response time.In our production 1 (CI+DB) and 3 dialog instances are there. In all servers sapcollector working fine but in all servers not showing last 3 days values.Please advise solution.

Thanks,

Srinivas.

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    Dec 24, 2007 at 05:34 PM

    The following are the prerequisites needed to get the workload monitor(st03) working.

    1) The system time zone of the SAP and the Operating system has to be same. This can be done by customizing time zones of the SAP using the Tcode STZAC.

    2) All the standard background jobs has to be scheduled to run. This can be done by scheduling the standard background jobs using the Tcode SM36.

    3) The following parameters has to be added to the instance profile.

    Parameter Value(default) Description

    i. stat/as_collect = 2 Application statistic: detailed records.

    ii. stat/as_level = 1 Records for application statistic are active.

    iii. stat/max_files = 48 Max. no. of stat files to be kept.

    iv. stat/as_max_files = 48 Max. no. of appl. stat files to be kept.

    This can be done by editing the profiles using the Tcode RZ10.

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    Nov 02, 2011 at 01:39 PM

    Hello,

    We are also having same problem but instead of three days ST03N is not displaying data for past two days.

    We have performed following checks

    1. Job SAP_COLLECTOR_FOR_PERFMONITOR should be running fine (USER DDIC or copy of DDIC and client 000)

    2. SAPOSCOL should be running

    3. Timezones should be matched at OS level as well as SAP system level

    4. Reports for checking the timezones are TZCUSTHELP and TZONECHECK

    5. Os SAP level check system time with system ---> status. Similarly at OS level check the same with date command.

    Also use command echo $TZ which will prompt you the timezone at OS level

    6. check the contains of table TCOLL. Table can either be monitored through SE16 tcode or in ST03N use

    Collector and performance DB -Performance Monitir Collector -execution times. This will give you TCOLL list

    We got the positive results for all the above checks but still having problem. Can anyone suggest how we can resolve this issue.

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