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SAPLHTTP_RUNTIME - loong running and loop process

Hi Gurus,

We are getting an issue with our PI 7.1 Test system due to long running and

never ending loop of SAPLHTTP_RUNTIME program that is causing TIME_OUT

short dump (Please refer to below short dump).

And after the process was cancelled, in several minutes, there will be

another same process until ended with short dump, it looks like an

never ending loop.

Need your help in case you already had this kind of experiences. We've already rebooted the system but the issue still persists.

Thanks,

Yan

Error analysis

The system profile contains the maximum runtime of a program.

When this time limit has been exceeded, the program is terminated

to make way for other users who may be waiting.

In the case of a work area, this means that

- endless loops (DO, WHILE, ...),

- database accesses producing an excessively large result set,

- database accesses without a suitable index (full table scan)

do not block the processing for too long.

The maximum runtime of a program is limited by the system profile

parameter "rdisp/max_wprun_time". The current setting is 1800 seconds. After

this limit has

been exceeded an attempt is made to interrupt the SQL statement running

or to tell the ABAP processor to interrupt the current program. A

maximum of 60 seconds is then waited. If after this time the program is

still active then the work process is restarted.

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  • Oct 07, 2010 at 05:55 PM

    Hello

    Can you provide more information on the dump? Go to the "Error analysis" section and the "Information on where terminated" section and copy the text into the thread (if possible for you).

    Regards

    Mark

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mark,

      Please find out the detail below:

      Error analysis

      The system profile contains the maximum runtime of a program.

      When this time limit has been exceeded, the program is terminated

      to make way for other users who may be waiting.

      In the case of a work area, this means that

      - endless loops (DO, WHILE, ...),

      - database accesses producing an excessively large result set,

      - database accesses without a suitable index (full table scan)

      do not block the processing for too long.

      The maximum runtime of a program is limited by the system profile

      parameter "rdisp/max_wprun_time". The current setting is 1800 seconds. After

      this limit has

      been exceeded an attempt is made to interrupt the SQL statement running

      or to tell the ABAP processor to interrupt the current program. A

      maximum of 60 seconds is then waited. If after this time the program is

      still active then the work process is restarted.

      Information on where terminated

      Termination occurred in the ABAP program "SAPLHTTP_RUNTIME" - in

      "HTTP_READ_SC".

      The main program was "SAPMSSY8 ".

      In the source code you have the termination point in line 23

      of the (Include) program "LHTTP_RUNTIMEU07".

      The program "SAPLHTTP_RUNTIME" was started as a background job.

      Job Name....... " "

      Job Initiator.. " "

      Job Number..... " "

      Thanks,

      Yan

  • Oct 08, 2010 at 04:11 PM

    Hi Yan

    What Operating System do you use? Is it HP-UX?

    Regards

    Mark

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    Oct 08, 2010 at 09:46 PM

    Hi,

    Did you check SAP Note 1421784 ?

    Thanks,

    Sunil Singh

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    • Former Member Former Member

      B.U.M.P

      Please help anyone having an experience with this before, possible is it related to CCMS monitoring? As I got error "The alerts of the following monitoring types could not be processed" while trying to complete some alerts on that satellite system.

      Cheers,

      Yan