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Exremely high (98%) roll wait time

I am running a ECC 6.0 EHP4 server in solaris 5.10 OS, Oracle 10.2.0.4.

My users experience extremely high roll wait time when they execute transactions like PA20/PA30. It took about 20 minutes for it to load.

I ran stad and found out the majority of the portion is wasted at roll wait time. How do we know what caused the wait time?

e.g. user execute TCODE PA20 and wait for the hourglass for about 20 minutes before the record is shown

Other transactions ran smoothly.

Your help is appreciated.

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 09:06 AM

    After a RFC trace, it showed this RFC statement having very high duration:

    RFC Statement

    Function module name HTTP_GET

    Source IP Address a.b.c.d

    Source Server ourSECCServer

    Destination IP Address a.b.c.d (same ip as source)

    Destination Server ourSECCServer

    Client/Server Client

    Conversation ID

    RFC Trace Rec. Status 4

    Sent Bytes 9.476

    Received Bytes 3.353

    Total Sent Bytes

    Total Received Bytes

    ABAP program name SAPLSFTP

    RFC Time 224881.681

    Any ideas?

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 09:18 AM

    After a RFC trace, it showed this RFC statement having very high duration:

    RFC Statement

    Function module name HTTP_GET

    Source IP Address a.b.c.d

    Source Server ourSECCServer

    Destination IP Address a.b.c.d (same ip as source)

    Destination Server ourSECCServer

    Client/Server Client

    Conversation ID

    RFC Trace Rec. Status 4

    Sent Bytes 9.476

    Received Bytes 3.353

    Total Sent Bytes

    Total Received Bytes

    ABAP program name SAPLSFTP

    RFC Time 224881.681

    Any ideas?

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