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SAP Business Objects 4.0 SP2 System Maintenance Activities

Hi All,

Currently we are on

SAP Business Objects 4.0 SP 2 Patch 15

SQL Server 2008 R2

Operating system Windows


System Maintenance Activities

Monthly Activities

-Delete the cotents under the Local host folder in order to clear Tomcat Cache.
-Delete contents under the Data Folder in order to clear Web Intelligence Cache.
-Delete empty folders within File Store. Using Purne command

-Restart Tomcat , SIA

Weekly Activites

- Restart Tomcat , SIA

Can you please let me know, if their is any other activities.

Thanks,

Venkat

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  • Best Answer
    Aug 03, 2012 at 11:36 AM


    Under Monthly activities - none of them are required, outside FRS Prune.
    I'd run prune only of repository diagnostic tool shows inconsistancies. So Repodiag tool run would be the monthly activity for me.

    Weekly - there is normally no need to restart Tomcat and SIA.

    The only required activity is regular synchronized Backup of CMS DB and FRS store.

    Also, monitor /logging directory for size as even with no special tracing enabled it can grow over time too much.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Suman,

      1. As you have mentioned there are 50 webi reports, so how many webi serves are running for 50 reports?

          we are in cluster environment with 4 Nodes- 8 webi processing servers - 2 in each node

          Most of the time we see in 1 - 2 nodes the webi processing server goes to stopping state.

      2. Each webi server can withstand 50 connections, if it reaches the nearest number(around 50) it goes to stopping mode automatically. In that case how many connections are you able to see in webi server metrics?

          All the WEBI Processing server in all the node are set to 50 for Max connection.

      What is the max limit in the connection, so that we can increase this parameters.

  • Aug 08, 2012 at 01:42 PM

    Some of the activities in our env.

    Daily:

    Monitoring BO servers running with optimal performance
    Monitoring all DB services
    Testing the availability of all Universe connections to respective Databases
    Verifying Web application (CMC, Infoview, Custom Applications) availability
    Monitoring day to day scheduled jobsĀ  fromĀ  Instance Manager
    Troubleshooting if any issues with Reports (Technical support to Users)
    All BO users logins and Security checks (Who is accessing what) verification
    Meeting with BO users to discuss supporting issues

    Weekly:

    Regular BO repository Maintenance like Cleaning Orphaned Connection/Universe/Documents
    Scan / Repair and Compact to all repository errors and Domain testing

    Fortnightly

    Running Integrity Checks on all Universe to ensure through parsing (Syntax/Sematic Checking)
    Discuss performance issues with DBA

    Monthly:

    Monitoring BO Licenses and Transfer issues

    Also check the below


    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1983657

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      Hi .. do you have any monitoring template that you run manually for your BOE landscape health check?

      If yes then could you please share.

      Thanks

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    Feb 05, 2013 at 07:12 PM

    Hi,

    We have BOE 4.0 + tomcat. I am new to BOE 4.0 environment. Could some one please share the Backup & Restore strategy for BOE landscape.

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