Check this temp storage formula: (try to) Read 120.000 SD sales orders using a BAPI -> temp storage increases to 197 GB (GIGA Byte!) Otherwise my eperience is that after a week of (normal) production runs, it grows to about 12 GB, sometimes 20 GB per SAP system. It disappears after SAP is stopped, or after you kill the separate work processes that holds the largest temp storage.
Hope to don't scare your boss too much with this formula. Paul Hoogendoorn
Thu, 4 Jan 2001 18:05:01 -0500, Robert Morin wrote:
>Hello people, > >First thing first: > >I hope the new year brings everybody new hope, patience and happiness in >this wonderful career of IT that we so carefully selected > >Now to the point: >Can someone explain to me the following questions. >We just finish our initial production roll out on of our production machine. >We roll-out only the CS (customer file) with 4 user's as a pilot. Now on our >PRODUCTION box, the temporary storage used for our minimum process at the >time of writing this was >Subsystem: R3_00 Job: *ALL Temporary storage: 4,156,416 KB. > >So you can imagine that our DEV (3 instance) & QA (2 instance) environment >which are on the same box with at it's peek 3 programmer and 3 power user. >Now my temporary storage is >Subsystem: R3_00 Job: *ALL Temporary storage: 6,397,952 KB. >Subsystem: R3_01 Job: *ALL Temporary storage: 4,411,392 KB. > >My manager would like to know and so would I. Is there an explanation or a >formula that will explain theses numbers as we roll-out more user's and >module what type of increase can we expect? Is there a way to control the >utilization of the Qtemp in SAP? > >So many questions so little time. > >Robert Morin > > >
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