4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 15, 2013 10:58 AM by Saju Rajabhadran RSS

how to see SAP Start Services are running

jan Bo
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Hello

 

I wander how to see SAP Start Services are running. Namely I have situation like in note 1401712.

I can not check it via port 50013 and via jcmon I can see server0 and icm are running(not sure though for scs and maybe something more)

It is the portal part (instance) of an BI 7.3 system which I would like to patch

If I see according to your instruction SCS is not running hoe to make it running

 

Than you in advance

jan

  • Re: how to see SAP Start Services are running
    Mahipal Marri
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    Hi

     

    you can check it  in log files located in below path

     

    /usr/sap/SID/SCS<No>/work

     

    Otherwise if your OS is unix u can check like below

     

    >ps -ef|grep ms

     

    it will give the processes running check in that if any process is running from /usr/sap/SID/SCS process name should be started with ms.<folder name>.

     

    you can sam for Enque also

     

    >ps -ef|grep en

     

     

    it will give the processes running check in that if any process is running from /usr/sap/SID/SCS process name should be started with en.<folder name>.

     

     

    Thnanks

    Mahipal

  • Re: how to see SAP Start Services are running
    Deepak Kori
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    Hi Jan,

     

    For JAVA specific processes you need to use jcmon. For database specific processes you may run the command ps -eaf | grep <SID>

     

    It will list down all the processes running for SAP <SID>.

     

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

  • Re: how to see SAP Start Services are running
    Vimal SAP
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    Hi,

     

    In case if your OS is UNIX, LINUX or AIX,

     

    Please execute as per the Deepak Kori suggestion.

     

    You can also try with ps -ef | grep sidadm for SAP related services...

     

    If you wish to check for Oracle related services, try using ps -ef | grep orasid

     

     

     

    Thanks and Regards,

    Vimal

  • Re: how to see SAP Start Services are running
    Saju Rajabhadran
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    Hi Mr. Jan,

     

    You can check the SAP start services by issuing below command by logging as <SID>adm user.

     

    ps -ef | grep sapstartsrv

     

    If your SCS instance is not running go to the work directory of instance (/usr/sap/SID/SCSxx/work)

    check the latest updated log files there to figure out the error.

     

    Regards,

    Saju

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