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Step getting failed due to PSA Table Inconsistency

Hi All,

We have a process chain in our production system . The purpose of this chain is to delete the PSA for the last 14 days.

There is just a single step involved in the chain. It is an ABAP program which is being used to clean old PSA Requests for last 14 days.

This program always fails in the fortnight run due to Data Inconsistency in some PSA Table/Tables.

Currently I am performing RSRV on the inconsistent tables and repeating the program to complete the chain.

Is there any permanent fix for the issue available because the chain is failing on regularly i.e. two times in a month.

I am not available to see any dump in ST22 for the same 😕

Can you guys please help here how to go ahead ?

Snapshot for error is as below ::

Best Regards,

Arpit

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    Posted on May 07, 2012 at 01:01 PM

    Hi,

    Why did you using ABAP-program, there is special process type "Other BW Processes-Deletion of Requests from PSA". Here you can set 14 days for deletion and requests type to delete. Maybe standard tool will work better.

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  • Posted on May 07, 2012 at 07:55 AM

    note 1150724 describes different tools to check/repair the psa. among others how to correct partitioning issue, which seems to be the case.

    M.

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    Posted on May 07, 2012 at 08:38 AM

    see if thie works


    1. Run the report 'RSR_PSA_CLEANUP_DIRECTORY/_MS' in check mode
    for a particular PSA table for finding the inconsistencies.

    2. After that analyse the logs and if there is any problems
    related to partition, correct them using the report
    'SAP_PSA_PARTNO_CORRECT' in repair mode for the PSA tables.

    3. After that agian you need to run the report
    'RSR_PSA_CLEANUP_DIRECTORY/_MS' in check mode to doubly check
    that the invalid partitions are corrected.

    4. Once this is done you you can execute the report
    'RSR_PSA_CLEANUP_DIRECTORY/_MS' in repair mode.

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  • Posted on May 07, 2012 at 11:28 AM

    Hi ,

    Just go to RSRV and there is PSA table consistency check..

    just repair the table and repeat the step..

    Thanks and regards

    Kiran

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