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Parallel processing in ck40n

Hi All,

We are trying to use parallel processing option in ck40n to reduce time of costing run.

But, I am not quite sure what to input for the "Maximum No. of Servers/Modes" while selecting variant for costing.

Is it application servers or number of WPs which we desire to allocate to the costing run.

For what ever value I give, I am getting a dump.

Documentation for system log message D0 1 : |

The transaction has been terminated. This may be caused by a

termination message from the application (MESSAGE Axxx) or by an

error detected by the SAP System due to which it makes no sense to

proceed with the transaction. The actual reason for the termination

is indicated by the T100 message and the parameters.

Additional documentation for message 00 671

ABAP/4 processor: &

|No documentation exists for message 00671

Could anyone guide me here and explain me how exactly I should use this parallel processing option



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    Posted on Oct 10, 2010 at 12:33 AM

    It is best to coordinmate with your BASIS team on this. You do not want to run this on all processors and that will cause problems with other jobs. We schedule it on 8 processors at a time; and we split our jobs into 10 jobs (to cost 7.5m materials).

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