Monitoring Transaction codes in an SAP system

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ST06 – Operating System Monitor

This transaction is used to monitor the operating system of the server on which instance runs on. This transaction displays information about CPU utilization, allocation of memory, page/swap activity. These are important properties.

In the initial screen of ST06 t-code, You can see the ‘Detailed analysis’ button in the application tool bar. This button provides an in-depth view of components of an operating system

SAPOSCOL is a operating system collector program. This program can be started and stopped using the t-code ST06.

ST04 – Data bade performance analysis

This transaction is used to analyze the database on which SAP system is installed. We can easily view memory usage, SQL requests and physical disk reads of the database in the initial screen of this t-code.

In the Application toolbar, from detailed analysis button, we can view more details about each section

ST02 – SAP Buffer setups

This transaction gives us the information about different monitors of SAP system’s buffer setup. The initial screen of this transaction gives
an overview of SAP buffers such as NAMETAB, program, and table buffers. SAP memory (roll, paging, extended, and heap memory) is also displayed. Buttons in the function bar lead to an overview of current system parameter settings and to a
more detailed analysis.

SM50 – Work process overview

This transactions shows the information about different types of work processes configured on the current instance of an SAP system. Work process monitoring also provides important insights, because most of the tasks in an SAP system are executed by work processes.

SM66 – Global Work Process overview

Because we can not monitor all the work process of all the instances of the entire SAP system, this transaction code is useful to view information about the all the work processes of all the instances in the entire SAP system.

SM04 – User list

This transaction code is useful for monitoring SAP system, because this t-code gives the information about memory usage by each user.

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