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Sap Basis QA

Sap Basis QA

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Which of the hosts in this networked SAP System diagram must have its respective R/3 component(s) started up FIRSTbefore the other hosts can start theirs?1. Dialog Instance
2. CI Instance3. DB Instance
4.
 
Front End GUI System
Which R/3 System user is used for starting external programs using SAP background jobs?DDIC
 
SAP*
 
SAPR3
 
SAPCPIC
 
<sid>admName the R/3 System transaction used for monitoring spool requests.SM50
 
SM51
 
SPAD
 
SP01
 
SM37
 
Which of the following is authorized to maintain R/3 user id parameters?Only the R/3 systemadministrator.
 
All R/3 users having anaccount in the same R/3client.
 
Only the userhimself.
 
Only the R/3 systemadministrator and the user.
 
Given a LAN with an R/3 Central Instance with database (Node: host1, Instance Name: DVEBMGS01, SAPSID: C11), anR/3 Dialog Instance (Node: host2), and several R/3 Frontend PC's, what is the name of the profile where theSAPDBHOST parameter is defined?C11_DVEBMGS00_host1
 
TheSAPDBHOSTparameter isdefined in thedatabasestartupprofile.
 
TEMU.PFLDEFAULT.PFLSTART_DVEBMGS01_host1
 
During a system performance analysis, we have encountered a slow running system. The Workload Analysis Monitorshows the results. Based upon the information in the indicated areas, which of the following is the right conclusion? The performanceproblem is a specificproblem only influencingcertain transactions andoriginating from onespecific transaction.
 
This problem affects the performanceof all running transactions. Badresponse times caused by high waittimes are due to either exceeding thesystem's physical limits, or becausean external program has claimedresources needed by the R/3 System.The performance problem is ageneric performance problemaffecting the performance of allrunning transactions. The badresponse times are due to apoorly configured R/3 System.
 
Given an R/3 Central Instance with all services installed, using Instance ID01, and having an SAP ID of C11. What is thename of the directory where the work process trace files are written (for Windows NT replace the "/" with "\")? 

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