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R3load Export Procedure Very Slow

Dear All,

We are trying to take Export of our system.Our Environment is

OS :- AIX 7.1

DB :- Sybase 15.7

While export ABAP its taking very long time, we are unable to find that if export is running or hanged.

Please let us know what we need to check.

We tried to export with updated version of R3load , TP version & dbsybslib.o

Please find R3load information

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kernel release 720

kernel make variant 720_EXT_REL

DBMS client library

DBSL shared library version 720.00

compiled on AIX 1 6 00F79A3C4C00 for rs6000_64

compiled for 64 BIT

compilation mode UNICODE

compile time Nov 2 2012 19:23:11

update level 0

patch number 221

source id 0.324

Thanks & Regards

Abhijit

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2012 at 10:18 AM

    Hi Abhijit,

    Is there any error logs generated .check if any warnings or messages after firing SM21 T-code.

    Also look for follwing ppt might give you some good information.

    http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/30bff597-8201-2c10-54bf-955879ec2da8?overridelayout=true

    Also try to increse background process during export process it may run export with speed.

    Correct me If i m wrong.

    Regards

    Ajit

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