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Different SID on Common ECC Host or Diff. SID on Separate HOST

Hi All,

If anyone has idea if the following SAP System Design have caused any Issues at Architecture Level ?

- For ECC 6.0 SID XY1 for ABAP, SID AB1 for JAVA on the Same Server


- For ECC 6.0 SID XY1 for ABAP on Server 1 and SID AB1 for JAVA on Server 2

The ECC 6.0 would be used for SAP PayRoll and would be using Adobe Doc Printing Services of JAVA for that .

We experienced Issues with common sid of abap and java on one host in high volume processing


Pl. Let me know

- The Overall Feasibility of this System Design at Architecture, Config Level

- Any possible Issues due to Different SID of ABAP and JAVA either on Same SID or Separate SID



- Ishan

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 05:03 PM

    I personally would avoid any doublestack installations on performance critical systems but use instead two different machines with a high speed interconnect.

    It's impossible to judge from your post, if you performance problems are caused by a too high CPU load or by other factors.


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