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How to check system status from Windows command line?

Does anyone has an idea how to check system status from Windows command line? In UNIX we use startsap check, unfortunately I didn't find an appropriate command provided by SAP.

The only idea we have is to use

tasklist /FI "Username eq SAPService<SID>" | find "disp+work"

which isn't as nice as startsap check.

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    Aug 26, 2010 at 06:04 PM

    you can use SAPINFO to check if instance is up:

    sapinfo ashost=MySERVER sysnr=00

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    Aug 27, 2010 at 04:59 AM

    Hi,

    In windows you can use the command

    go to profile directory in command prompt and the give the following command to check the status of the instance.

    sapstart check pf=START_DVEBMGS<nr>_<hostname>

    that means you need to mention start profile or instance profile. So that it will say whether the instance is running or not.

    If you want any other information please reply back to me.

    Thanks,

    Chaitanya.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Since we need it on the server itself we need the 64 Bit version. You can find the RFC SAR archive in the Kernel DBINDEP download area.