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Last successful 'svd' operation older than ... do not comply db17 value

Hello,

On one of our system, we regularly have:

BR0973W Database operation alert - level: WARNING, operation: aeizjdix.svd, time: 2012-07-14 22.49.15, condition: Last successful 'svd' operation older than 10 days

In db17, DBO ARCHIVE_TOO_OLD is set to > 15 D.

Therefore it should not complain as far as I can see.

Would you know, why brconnect does not use the 15D threshold?

Thanks in advance for your answers.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 03:57 PM

    In DB17 look for an additional line starting with:

    DBO OPERATION_TOO_OLD svd ...

    (Or perhaps without svd)

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    • Hello,

      I had a configuration that was a little different in PRD than in my other instances.

      It used to work the same and the behaviour changed after applying sps.

      In PRD I had a duplicate check:

      LAST_OPERATION_FAILED and LAST_OPERATION_FAILED with object=chk.

      I have disabled LAST_OPERATION_FAILED and let the one restricted to chk.

      See you,

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 01:45 PM

    Check init<DBSID>.sap. It could be read from the profile.

    Additionally, check the condition is active (green light)

    Best regards,

    Orkun Gedik

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    • Former Member Benoît Schmid

      >> But as far as I know all these check settings are from db17.

      You are correct, but;

      It could be configured by the "check_cond" parameter in the init<DBSID>.sap, also. Check the note 892294 - Enhanced support for non-ABAP database in BRCONNECT 7.00

      Did you check the parameter is active on DB17?

      Best regards,

      Orkun Gedik

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