04674 - Re-2: R3save

04674 - Re-2: R3save

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Re-2: R3save

Hi Volker!

we also have a 7x24 availability of the system and i only have 4 hours per month
to save system data.
i use the savlib-command with save-while-active-parameter (every day) and this
works fine.
but what's about the ifs-files? what's your recommendation to save them?
do i need them in the case of a desaster-recovery?


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: R3save (12-Jan-2002 11:11)
From: volker.gueldenpfennigZs...
To: trZt...

> Hi Crosby,
> I would definitely recommend to use a SAVLIB with SAVE-WHILE-ACTIVE with a
> waittime of about 1800 or 3600 seconds similar as described in note 202593.
> Then you do NOT need to stopsap and restart it.
> You are having the following advantages then:
> - "downtime" of about 2 minutes, if no long running batch-jobs run in
> parallel ("downtime" means here just the windows-clock in the SAPGUI for
> about 2 minutes and afterwards it will run furhter!)
> - all SAP-buffers are still filled with useful data and the system will be
> faster then with restarting every night, especially in a 3-tier environment.
> - all users could stay logged on
> - 7x24 availability of the system
> Regards
> Volker
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