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How to check the any landscape is using comon transport directory or not?

Hi all,

hi we three system landscape for Bw landscape installed on sun os and oracle,where can i check whether these systems are using common transport directory or local transport directories?

Rgds,

reddy

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:41 AM

    Hi Reddy,

    Call STMS t-code. Then, click on "Import Overview" (F5). Select the system that you want to see on list and click on "Goto-> tp Parameters". So, you will see "TRANSDIR" parameter on the list. By doing so, you can decide whether it is a local transport directory or common transport directory.

    Best regards,

    Orkun Gedik

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 02:46 PM

    Login to sun OS in each of the 3 systems and run a command

    df -k /usr/sap/trans

    The output of the command should tell you whether it is local or shared.

    Regards,

    siddhesh

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    • Hello Reddy,

      Honestly i don't think its possible to view information about NFS mounts from SAP.

      I think this information can be viewed only from the OS level.

      If you are able to view it through SAP, i would be glad to know, please do post that method here in this post.

      Regards,

      Siddhesh

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 11:39 AM

    Hi Reddy,

    if your your intention is to know the systems using the trans directory do this

    cd /usr/sap/trans/buffer

    ls -lrt

    you will find the systems using this directory.

    Regards.

    S.Manu

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