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Maintenance Optimizer Hangs During File Calculation


During the phase where MOPZ calculates the files required for the particular session objective the activity is hanging. Process has been running for multiple hours.

Screen shows

"Select OS/DB-Dependent Files"

"While Maintenance Optimizer is calculating files, you can close the transaction window. When you open the transaction next time, you can see calculated results if they are ready.Calculating.

This MOPZ session should be calculating the files required to take our current PI 7.11 system to support stack 6. There is nothing in the log tab. We are the current SP levels in solution manager:

We are using:

SAP EHP 1 for SAP Solution Manager 7.0

SAP_ABA 701 0006

SAP_BASIS 701 0006

PI_BASIS 701 0006

ST-PI 2008_1_700 0002

CRMUIF 500 0004

SAP_BW 701 0006

SAP_AP 700 0016

BBPCRM 500 0015

BI_CONT 704 0006

CPRXRPM 400 0015

ST 400 0023

ST-A/PI 01M_CRM570 0000

ST-ICO 150_700 0024

ST-SER 701_2010_1 0000

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

David Carr

Basis Administrator

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2010 at 01:14 AM


    I see you are on ST 23 so did you apply this note yet?

    SAP Note 1415315 - Maintenance Optimizer: Collective corrections for SP22.

    You may have if you upgraded from SP22 to SP23, but if you jumped over SP22, or when you were on SP22, did you apply these collective corrections? If not, I would recommend applying the Note and see if that doesn't resolve the problem.



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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2010 at 11:51 PM

    Did you install the latest version of notes 1452118, 1461849 and 1485385 ?

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