Application Server with up to 50 Users (iSeries)

The values listed in the following table for the host system and server should ensure the best possible operation of your SAP NetWeaver Application Server for up to 50 dialog users.

Main and Unprotected Storage on the Host System

Resource

SAP Recommendation

Free auxiliary storage

Minimum: The greater of the following two values:

·         4 GB

·         Three times the main storage

Recommendation: 4-6 GB

Main storage

Minimum: 512 MB (without database). A larger main memory provides performance advantages.

Recommendation: 768 MB

This value is recommended for hosts on which only one instance is running. If you are planning to install the database system or a second instance on a host, please contact your Hardware Competence Center or system consultant.

Profile Parameters

For information about the use of the various parameters, see Profile Parameters for Memory Management.

Parameter

Recommended Value

abap/heaplimit: Work Process Restart

40000000 (40 mil. Bytes)

abap/heap_area_dia: Heap Memory Limit for Dialog Work Processes

2000000000 (2 GB)

abap/heap_area_nondia: Heap Memory Limit for Non-Dialog Work Processes

2000000000 (2 GB)

abap/heap_area_total: Heap Memory Limit

2000000000 (2 GB)

em/initial_size_MB: Extended Memory Pool Size

5 MB per active user + 1.5 MB per user; minimum 512 MB

em/stat_log_size_MB: Statistics - User Context Size

20

em/stat_log_timeout: Statistics - User Context Size

600

rdisp/ROLL_MAXFS: Maximum Roll File Size

32768

rdisp/ROLL_SHM: Roll Buffer Size

32768

rdisp/PG_MAXFS: Maximum Size of the SAP Paging File

32768 (The same value as rdisp/PG_SHM)

rdisp/PG_SHM: Paging Buffer Size

32768

ztta/roll_area: Roll Area

Set automatically

ztta/roll_first: Initial Allocation Size from the Roll Area

Set automatically

ztta/roll_extension: Extended Memory Limit

128000000 (128 mil. bytes)

The settings listed here are recommended base values that you may, however, have to change when you monitor or optimize your SAP system. For more information, see Monitoring the Memory Management System and Profile Parameters of Memory Management.

Check the changes to the system profiles using the program rspfpar. For more information, see Operating System and Hardware Prerequisites.