The Log Viewer tool on NWA displays the below messages
This usually happens after a kernel upgrade.
What we can do in this situation
1. add/edit the following line in the
DEFAULT profile (/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/DEFAULT.PFL): service/protectedwebmethods = DEFAULT
2. Alternative and more secure that point 1 is below change:
service/protectedwebmethods = SDEFAULT -GetVersionInfo -ListLogFiles -ReadLogFile -ParameterValue -J2EEGetProcessList -PerfRead -MtGetTidByName
3. Add the following line to the
instance profile (/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/<SID>_<INST>_<HOST>): jstartup/service_acl = service:*; library:*; interface:*; sap.com*; com.sap*
4. Restart SAP instance and after that check once again Log Viewer tool.
1593532 – NWA Logviewer doesn’t work “Connection Refused”
There are a limited amount of spool numbers in the spool system (These are defined in SPO_NUM object). These spool numbers are then reused for new spools after old spools are deleted.
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As You can see on below screen specifics information for database aren’t available.
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In thise article I shorty describe one of the functionality of the job: REFRESH_ADMIN_DATA_FROM_SUPPORT in SAP Solution Manager 7.2. I have in mind functionality
automatic distribution of license data.
Beside above generally this report reads various categories of information from the SAP Support Portal and saves them locally in the Solution Manager, for example:
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On filesystem You can check
-- JOBLG localization
-- check disk space usage - df command
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/sapvg-lvsapmntSID 20G 14G 4.7G 76% /sapmnt/SID
-- du command
server:sidadm 65> du -sh 100JOBLG/
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Using the HANA system, You can find information similar to the following in the logs:
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