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SNAP table

Hi All,

We are facing large number no of dumps in our ECC6.0.

So I want to know some information for SNAP table which stores dump data.

1 ) How to check how many entries can be store in SNAP table or what is the size of this table to proactive take step if it is going to full.

2 ) what can happen if SNAP table get full, Will only we not be able to store further dump data or it is possible that system get hang.

3 ) how can we delete table entries.

Please suggest.

Regards,

Shivam

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2010 at 02:20 PM

    Goto ST22 --> Goto --> statistics

    I suggest you first check why your programs are going for dump. You can check under st22 --> select your dump --> Under user view and Abap developer view.

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  • Posted on Nov 02, 2010 at 11:37 AM

    SNAP table cannot become full. Actually, a tablespace where SNAP is stored can become full.. and this is not likely to happen.

    to delete entries, read SAP note 16083.

    look for job name SAP_REORG_ABAPDUMPS which calls program RSSNAPDL.

    you should know this by now?

    ADM100 cover this.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi Rahul,


      • The SNAP table is very large. It contains many (very old) records that are no longer required.
      • The SNAP table is stored in PSAPSR3.
      • You can see the size of SNAP table. Go to DB02old > Current Sizes > double click on PSAPSR3 > object name SNAP* > execute.
      • Click on table SNAP > select Detailed Analysis.

      Thanks

      Kishore Cherukumalla

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