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SAP Solution Manager

: NetWeaver Supportability SAP Active Global Support

Guiding Principles of Solution Manager Diagnostics
Solution Landscape

Guiding Principles

System Control Trace Component

Managing Operations
Services and Tools

View

Report

All support functions must be:

Central Remote Uniform Complete Safe

– – – – –

available in one central support console (SolManDiag) accessible via the standard SAP infrastructure can be applied to all components must be available for all components allow only viewing of data (no changes)

© SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 2

Solution Manager Diagnostics: The idea
Customer Support Employee
Browser

Support Cons.
Browser

Mercury Loadrunner Controller

SAP
saprouter

Solution Manager
Diagnostics

Http

WebDynpro

Wily Introscope

Enterprise Manager

ITS

e.g. RZ20, OS07, DB02, …

ABAP WAS 6.40

J2EE

Landscape

EP6
SP2

SAP SAP Agent Agent

NW 04

SAP SAP Agent Agent

© SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 3

Generator

CCMS

Java Support Tools

Mercury Loadrunner

Solution Manager Diagnostics: Architecture
Solution Manager Diagnostics (Monitoring System)
J2EE Stack
Applications (need to be deployed)

SAP Java WebDynpro SAP ABAP / ITS

ABAP Stack
Remote DB Monitoring Remote OS Monitoring Alert Monitoring Distributed Statistical Records

SAP ABAP / DIAG SAP Java / HTTP SAP Agents (Java/C++) Third Party

Thread Dump Analysis HTTP Analysis Log Configuration and Display Portal Content Reporting Configuration and File Reporting Software Change Reporting OS Command Interface (SP12) File System Browser (SP12) IntroScope WebView System Information Web Dynpro Monitoring OpenSQL Monitoring

NetWeaver Solution Landscape (Monitored System)

ABAP Stack
Local Monitors / Admin functions

J2EE Stack
IntroScope Agent SAP Monitoring Infrastructure CCMS agent / OS collector Component Analyzer

Infrastructure (need to be setup)

IntroScope Enterprise Manager
© SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 4

Mercury Load Generator

Standalone tools

Shipment of Solution Manager Diagnostics
NetWeaver

NW04 Stack 10

NW04 Stack 11

NW04 Stack 14 / NW04S SP5

Dec 2004

March 2005

….

End 2005

Solution Manager Diagnostics

o Part of NW04 standard delivery with content for EP6SP2

o Part of NW04 standard delivery with Content for EP6SP2 and NW04 o Ongoing imrpovement and integration of new functions

o Part of NW04 standard delivery with Content for EP6SP2 and several NW04 components o Integration with Solution Manager 4.0 / NW04S

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logical log / trace destinations. Title of Presentation.Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics I HTTP Analysis Generation of performance data like roundtrip time and transferred data amount for both client-side and server-side HTTP request processing at the granularity of user activities / user clicks and analysis of the performance data via appropriate user interface Thread Dump Analysis Central triggering and scheduling of JVM based thread dumps for a certain or all J2EE node(s). file system browsing) to physical log / trace files and analysis of the files via appropriate Viewer © SAP AG 2002. gathering and transfer generated thread dumps and analysis of the thread dump data via appropriate user interface Log Configuration and File Display Navigation capability coming from different entry points of the Log configuration (logical log / trace names. Speaker Name 6 .

Speaker Name 7 .HTTP Analysis Example © SAP AG 2002. Title of Presentation.

Title of Presentation.HTTP Analysis . Speaker Name 8 .Example © SAP AG 2002.

HTTP Analysis . Speaker Name 9 . Title of Presentation.Example © SAP AG 2002.

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© SAP AG 2002.g. File System Browser Browser like display for file systems on monitored servers. Also file sizes and modification dates are shown. ps. The command list is configurable by the customer. …). Speaker Name 15 . Files with read permission for CCMS Agent can be displayed or downloaded. iostat.Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics II OS Command Console Execution of a predefined list of read only OS commands (e. netstat. Title of Presentation.

Title of Presentation.OS Command Console © SAP AG 2002. Speaker Name 16 .

File System Browser © SAP AG 2002. Speaker Name 17 . Title of Presentation.

File System Browser © SAP AG 2002. Speaker Name 18 . Title of Presentation.

Title of Presentation. Speaker Name 19 . before and after a maintenance window).Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics III Portal Content Reporting Generation of usage data for Portal content and storage in Portal data base. between different cluster instances / nodes of one system and different landscapes (e. month. QAS and PRD) Software Change Reporting Gathering and display of transport logs for both packages transported via Export/Import for Portal Content and packages transported via Service Delivery Manager like J2EE patches © SAP AG 2002. day. quarter) and display of usage data for specific time intervals (e.g. how often and by how many different users a certain iView or page was used) Configuration and File Reporting Collection of configuration parameters and file properties including user interface to display the collected data and to detect differences between different points in time (e.g. aggregation at different levels (hour.g.

Speaker Name 20 . Title of Presentation.Portal Content Reporting – User statistics © SAP AG 2002.

Title of Presentation. Speaker Name 21 .Portal Content Reporting – Content Statistics © SAP AG 2002.

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availability of a certain component. error pattern in log files. if reached) received by SAP Monitoring Infrastructure © SAP AG 2002. certain threshold. data cache quality and database configuration and to conduct SQL Statement Analysis for Portal and/or J2EE Database Remote OS Monitoring Integration of analysis transaction to display operating system related monitoring data like memory and CPU utilization for all involved operating systems which are running the NetWeaver Stack Alert Monitoring Integration of analysis transaction RZ20 to display Alerts (e. Speaker Name 26 .Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics IV Remote DB Monitoring Integration of analysis transaction to display database related monitoring and configuration data like statement cache.g. Title of Presentation.

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information for system parameters / VM parameters and overview regarding deployed components including download capabilities for configuration parameters WebDynpro Monitoring Monitoring for WebDynpro runtime including information like usage data (e.Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics V System Information Display of information per J2EE cluster node like current status. Speaker Name 30 . Cache Monitoring and Connection Monitoring © SAP AG 2002. JARM based performance data and WebDynpro configuration data OpenSQL Monitoring Capabilities to monitor the SQL interface of the J2EE Stack including SQL Trace (switch on/off and trace listing). deployed WebDynpro applications. Title of Presentation.g. users).

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Socket I/O.g. the SAP concept for cross component activity tracing and performance statistics J2EE Analysis / Wily IntroScope (SAP internal usage) Monitoring on code level (e. GC runs Load Generator (SAP internal usage) Capability to conduct remote load testing for HTTP based usage scenarios as part of the SAP GoingLive Check and/or to support remote and onsite performance analysis activities © SAP AG 2002. Title of Presentation. average response time of a certain method/class). provide current and historical performance data including correlation with OS performance counters like File I/O.Features of Solution Manager Diagnostics VI Distributed Statistical Records Provide central access to the so-called distributed statistical records. Speaker Name 39 .

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Speaker Name 44 .NET … parts of non-SAP apps are identified SAP provides Best practises and Services to optimize own-developed apps for NetWeaver Integration Broker Process Integration © SAP AG 2002.Why load testing for SAP NetWeaver? SAP NetWeaver as integration platform is deeply integrated in IT infrastructure of SAP customer consisting of SAP and nonSAP components SAP has to SAP NetWeaver™ ensure that SAP components are People Integration Multi-Channel Access well-configured and that critical Portal Collaboration non-SAP components are identified Composite Application Framework Life Cycle Management Information Integration Business Knowledge Intelligence Management Master Data Management Business Process SAP NetWeaver provides a platform Management to run SAP and non-SAP apps Application Platform J2EE ABAP SAP has to ensure that SAP DB and OS Abstraction DB and OS Abstraction apps are optimized and that critical WebSphere . Title of Presentation.

24 h run test). Fail over (e. J2EE and DB cluster) and Robustness (e. interrupt network connection) © SAP AG 2002.Intentions of Load Testing Infrastructure test • Can we be sure that all involved components are running stable? • Test target: Identification of critical components within SAP NetWeaver infrastructure including SAP and nonSAP components Content test • Is content involved which causes potentially trouble? • Test target: Identification of critical objects (hot spot analysis) and their root cause (detail analysis) running on NetWeaver Load testing Robustness test • Can we stand temporary overload and fail-over situations? • Verification of stability (e.g. through put and response times . Title of Presentation. Speaker Name 45 Sizing verification test • How much hardware is needed? Will be the performance acceptable for end user‘s? • Verification of the expected user mix. switch off power.g.g.

Content test for limited amount of customer use cases (selected click pathes) SAP Netweaver Landscape SAP Support Engineer Desktop SAP Web Administrator LoadRunner Controller Secure SAPRouter Infrastructure LoadRunner Generator SAP © SAP AG 2002.The use case: Remote Load Testing Scope of remote load testing: .Infrastructure test based on pre-configured SAP standard content (baseline load testing) . Speaker Name 46 SAP Customer . Title of Presentation.

Speaker Name 47 .© SAP AG 2002. Title of Presentation.

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. .Solution Manager Diagnostics provides … . efficient and safe root cause analysis for SAP NetWeaver Key Features . Speaker Name 49 .. one central web-enabled console integrates in Service Desk scenario ensures standardized operations and effective optimization Certify your operations in Solution Manager Diagnostics ! © SAP AG 2002. Title of Presentation.

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