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Nettimeout (30) exceeded by peer

We have a non SAP system on blackberry which communicates with SAP Netweaver. Blackberry connects with SAP usinf WSDL services. We are getting timeout error message whenever any user submits large amount of data from blackberry to SAP.

I have checked in transaction SMICM and found following error message

[Thr 3599] Tue Jun 28 14:58:44 2011

[Thr 3599] Traffic Control: Nettimeout (30) exceeded by peer:

[Thr 3599] CONNECTION (id=66/66167):

used: 1, type: default, role: Server(1), stateful: 0

NI_HDL: 911, protocol: HTTP(1)

local host:

remote host:


connect time: 28.06.2011 14:58:08

MPI request: <1d31b> MPI response: <1d31c>

request_buf_size: 65464 response_buf_size: 0

request_buf_used: 486 response_buf_used: 0

request_buf_offset: 486 response_buf_offset: 0

[Thr 1800] *** ERROR => HttpLogCopyMessage: failed to alloc 2130 bytes [http_log_mt. 5928]

[Thr 1800] *** ERROR => HttpLogHandlerProcRequest: failed to copy request header [http_log_mt. 2832]

can someobody please help me to find out what I need to change?



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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 02:45 PM

    Hello Sanjay,

    Increase [icm/traffic_control|] in your ICM / Web Dispatcher.

    Best regards,

    Alexander Zhukau

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