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KEU5 Performance Improvement..

Dear Experts,

Recently the system were upgraded to EHP8 and before the system upgrade KEU5 COPA cycles assessment job was working as expected and the job was being completed within 2 hrs. But after EHP8 upgrade, the performance of the job has deteriorated drastically and it takes almost one day to complete the job run

There wasn't any need of re-organization in the summarization level or indexing of tables were done before upgrade. The problem started after ECC8 Upgrade.

My queries are that before EHP8 upgrade what made the job takes longer time and the performance deteriorated what could be the solutions.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2018 at 01:45 PM

    Dear Prashant,

    we use 617 and we had the same problems when we upgraded our system with support packages 12 - 14. Sapnote 2475577 helped us. Cause is the introduction of combined CO-PA.

    Yours

    Birgit Stöger

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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2018 at 02:35 PM

    Greetings,

    I believe your question is in the incorrect forum. I can help here with questions on EPM-PCM (profitability and cost management).

    Kind Regards,

    John

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