SAP STMS传输报错问题分析思路

SAP transport hang. Transport Troubleshooting guide

  1. Basic transport troubleshooting. Verify that there are no errors in system log.

        Execute transaction STMS

        Select Import Overview

        Select SID

        From menu > Go To > System Log

        Correct if no issues in log.

KNOWN ISSUES :

  1. Known Issue 1 – WARNING: \\SERVER\sapmnt\SIDtrans\tmp\SID.LOB is already in use

(22720), I’m waiting 2 sec (20100322091720). My name: pid 10128 on

SERVER (SIDadm)

 Solution 1 – Backup and delete the file ‘\\SERVER\sapmnt\SIDtrans\tmp\SID.LOB’. Add the transport again and perform import.

  1. Known issue 2 – Cannot find \\SERVER\sapmnt\SIDtrans\log\SLOGXX02.SID

Solution 2 – Make sure that file exists. If not, copy the most recent SLOG (example SLOGXX01) and rename it to SLOGXX02.SID. Check again the system log if the issue persist.

  1. Known issue 3 – Problems with job RDDIMPDP

 Solution 3 – Execute SE38 > Run program RDDNEWPP > Choose Normal priority. This will schedule new RDDIMPDP job that is responsible for pushing transport requests in your system.

Disclaimer: The next steps are steps to clear the transport list to make sure that transports push successfully. This should be aligned with customer.

  1. Clear the transport list and redo the transport

       Execute transaction STMS

       Import overview -> Goto -> Import monitor >

     ‘Monitor’ -> right click on transport -> delete entry

      Redo the transport action. Proceed to next step if not solved.

  1. Clear the transport tables

   Make sure that there are no stuck transports in your transport tables.

   Check and delete entries (using transaction SM30) any entries found in the following tables:

      TPSTAT

      TRJOB

      TRBAT

 To do this execute SM30

 Enter ‘TRBAT’ in Table/View.

 Click on Display

Verify that NO transport number or HEADER exists.

 If the Import Monitor or table TPSTAT does not contain

 entries any more, you can delete the entries of tables TMSTLOCKR andTMSTLOCKP.

 Redo the transport action.

If this does not solve the problem. You have the option to stop all transport from OS level.

  1. Kill tp.exe OS process

 Login to SAP server

 Kill any TP.exe processes at the OS level.

 Try again to add and import your request

 Redo the transport action

  1. Save transport resources.

 It is SAP’s recommendation that imports be done asynchrounously rather than synchronously. By doing this you will be conserving system Resources.

 In doing the import > Execution tab > Select ‘Asynchrounously’ > Confirm import

  1. Make sure that transport parameters are okay.

    Add the following parameter to your transport profile.

   ‘/system_pf=/usr/sap//SYS/profile/DEFAULT.PFL’

This parameter simply tells sapevt where to look for your DEFAULT.PFL. Check note 449270 for further information on this. Ensure you have the other settings like:

rdisp/mshost =

rdisp/msserv = sapms

SAPSYSTEM = 00 (this is the system number)

Add system_pf paramter to transport tool via STMS. On the left have

system_pf and on the right /usr/sap//SYS/profile/DEFAULT.PFL

After this, restart the system so that the new parameter is taken into account by the system.

原文:http://mallepallii.blogspot.com/2013/12/sap-transports-hang-how-to-troubleshoot.html

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