In SAP Java systems, thread dumps are invaluable diagnostic tools that provide insights into the state of running threads within the system. Thread dumps capture information about thread activity, including the current stack trace for each thread. By generating thread dumps, administrators can analyze thread behavior, identify potential issues, and optimize the performance of SAP Java systems. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the process of generating thread dumps in SAP Java systems, enabling you to effectively troubleshoot and resolve issues.
Starting/stopping an SAP system is not a critical task, but the method that most of us follow to achieve this is sometimes wrong. A common mistake that most of the SAP admins do is, making use of the 'startsap' and 'stopsap' commands for starting/stopping the system. These commands got deprecated in 2015 because the scripts were not being maintained anymore and SAP recommends not to use them as many people have faced errors while executing those scripts. For more info and the bugs in scripts, you can check the sap note 809477. These scripts are not available in kernel version 7.73 and later. So if these are not the correct commands, then how to start/stop the sap system? In this post, we will see how to do it in the correct way. SAP SYSTEM VS INSTANCE In SAP, an instance is a group of resources such as memory, work processes and so on, usually in support of a single application server or database server with