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multiple solution Manager

hello

We are in the process of implementing Solution Manger in our system landscape.

Is it possible to have multiple Solution Manger running on different physical server for the same landscape?

Kind Regards

Mohammad

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 02:39 PM

    Hi Mohammad,

    You can have as many Solution Managers within your landscape as you want, but... why should you want more than 1?

    Henk.

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 12:16 AM

    Hi Mohammad, yes you can, and you can find more information about the solution manager

    https://websmp106.sap-ag.de/solutionmanager

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      Did you find any info in this link about running multiple solution manager's (SM), as I haven't.

      We have two Data centres, with productive systems in one & DEV/QA in another.

      I have configured SM in production datacentre to run Autoreaction alerts, sending emails & FTP messages to Mainframe console for errors, and have added a 2nd SM instance in our DEV/QA environment.

      I now want to separate the alerting out between the environments, and also have the DEV/QA SM monitor via CCMSPING the Productive SM.

      (With failover available.)

      The problem I have is getting different systems registered to the relevant environment.

      I have changed the cmsconf file to put the relevant SM CENs as primary & secondary, but they still show up in RZ21 topology as both registered with both.

      Anyone else running multiple SMs?

      Many thanks

      Sean

      Edited by: sean collins on Jun 16, 2008 1:14 PM

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