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Removing system from solution manager

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we are decommissioning 1 ABAP and 1 jAva machines, and i want to remove them completely from the solution manager which is used also for monitoring I have deregistered the sapccm4x and sapccmr agents and deleted the assigned autoreactions, anything else i need to do? now i am still getting entries from the decomissioned system in CCMS monitors in rz20

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2010 at 03:08 PM

    Hello Yavor,

    In order to get rid of those alerts either you have to confirm them

    for all the time stamps in DSWP or you can go to satelite system

    RZ20 and remove all the alerts there.

    Since I assume that you have removed the server from SMSY and RZ20 the alerts should not

    show up anymore in your CCMS monitor. Otherwise please remove the system from SMSY.

    What can also happen is that there was an alert in past recorded

    but it was left not confirmed than the system was removed (Satellite) and

    now when you try to confirm it the sattelite sytem cannot be reached and

    confirmed inside sattelite system and removed from database of SolMan

    This will happening if this system still exists in your solution.

    You would then need to remove the satellite system from the solution to fix your issue.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Paul

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    • Hello Yavor,

      If you are in a monitoring pause due to system downtime management, then yes CCMS monitoring is paused and it will affect any testing, customizing you are trying to implement, as you will not be able to properly check the results of your efforts.

      You need to test CCSM monitoring, when it is active.

      Regards,

      Paul

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