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5. Version Updates
6. Introduction
7. Analyzing a problem with a specific program or transaction
7.1. Components of SAP response time
7.2. Majority of time is CPU on application server
7.2.1. Summary of Majority of time is CPU on application server
7.3. Majority of time is Database Request time
7.3.1. Slow per-row SQL performance
7.3.1.1. Summary of Slow per-row SQL performance
7.3.2. Program performs too many SQL operations
7.3.2.1. Summary of Program performs too many SQL operations
7.4. Majority of time is not CPU or DB request time
8. System performance problems
8.1. Perform SQL Cache Analysis
8.1.1. Indicator of inefficient SQL access
8.1.2. SQL Bget ratios that are not problems
8.1.3. Causes of inefficient SQL access
8.1.4. Reasons that the predicates do not match indexes
8.1.5. Actions when predicates do not match indexes
8.1.6. High-impact SQL caused by incorrect use of SAP data model
8.1.6.1. Summary of incorrect use of data model
8.1.7. High-impact SQL when optimizer takes wrong access path
8.1.7.1. Summary of wrong choice of access path
8.1.8. High-impact SQL is a symptom of another problem
8.1.8.1. Summary of symptom of another problem
8.2. Create candidate list from ST03N
9. System Health Check
9.1. CPU activity
9.2. I/O activity
9.2.1. Good I/O performance in Oracle
9.2.2. Symptom of I/O hotspot on disk
9.2.3. May be AIX constraint or disk performance problem
9.3. Oracle Review
9.3.1. Database Hit Rate
9.3.2. Database delays
9.4. SAP buffer settings
9.5. SAP buffered table statistics
9.5.1. Not buffered but could be buffered
9.6. Evaluate memory in AIX
9.6.1. AIX paging
9.6.2. Evaluating increasing memory for Oracle or SAP
10. Four guidelines for avoiding performance problems
10.1. Use the SAP data model
10.2. Use array operations on the database
10.3. Check whether the database call can be avoided
10.4. Write ABAP programs that are line-item scalable
11.1. SAP
11.1.1. DB02 Transaction
11.1.2. SE11 Transaction
11.1.3. SE30 Transaction
11.1.4. SM12 Transaction
11.1.5. SM50 Transaction
11.1.6. SM51 Transaction
11.1.7. SM66 Transaction
11.1.8. STAT Transaction
11.1.9. STAD Transaction
11.1.10. ST02 Transaction
11.1.11. ST03N Transaction
11.1.12. ST04 Transaction
11.1.13. ST05 Transaction
11.1.14. ST06 Transaction
11.1.15. ST10 Transaction
11.1.16. RSINCL00 Program
11.1.17. SQLR Transaction
11.1.18. RSTRC000 Program
11.2. AIX
11.2.1. nmon
11.2.2. ptx
11.2.3. iostat
11.2.4. vmstat
11.3. Oracle
11.3.1. STATSPACK
11.3.2. Trace and tkprof
12. Appendix 2: Reference Materials
12.1. Oracle Manuals
12.2. IBM manuals
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Tuning SAP Oracle pSeries v.1.1

Tuning SAP Oracle pSeries v.1.1

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