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Work Process in PRIV Mode

Dear All,

after getting the result of transactions, Users did not close/export the resulted window for a long time as you see in below image and due to this, work process went in PRIV mode.

here If i kill the session then user complain about it that why kill the session?

what i have to do with resulted window? what will be the impact if I did not close the session?

as I shared the value of parameters if there Is any solution then please share?

Regards,

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    Former Member
    Mar 25, 2013 at 07:03 AM

    Hi Jamil,

    Because of the not enough free space left on extended memory, the system allocated heap size. Could you note the physical memory, here? Then give some suggestions to you.

    Best regards,

    Orkun Gedik

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    • Former Member M. Abdul Jamil

      First of all, in order to avoid PRIV mode, the ABAP code should be optimized by the developer, if it is the customer program. Criteria selection is an important issue while executing the report, also. If the report deos not optimized very well, it is inevitable to face with the PRIV mode during the execution.

      Secondly, long runtime does not depend to the heap memory (PRIV mode) utilization. It is a result of the not enough free extended memory left on the device, as I noted previously.

      In default, the both memory quota levels (extended+heap) have been set to max 2Gb memory allocation. With the 32 Gb physical memory, you can try the parameters, below;

      PHYS_MEMSIZE=24576

      em/address_space_MB = 8192

      ztta/roll_extension_dia = 8192000000

      This configuration will configure extended memory to use max 8GB memory. It means that the process will allocate the heap memory when 8GB quota level exceeded.

      Regarding the values over the screenshot, the system configured as default. So, a process can be allocated max 4 GB memory. If you configure the parameters I noted above, a process can be used max 12 GB (extended + heap memory).

      I hope that it is clear.

      Best regards,

      Orkun Gedik

  • Mar 25, 2013 at 07:03 AM

    Hi Abdul,

    Have you set the auto log out and maximum process runtime parameters applicable for dialog work processes. You may force the users the run long jobs in background.

    You may need to look into what program is doing to have further analysis.

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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    Nov 27, 2014 at 08:17 AM

    Cancel the process/processes without core

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