The report RSARFCLD is used to dynamically configure the RFC quotas on the server to which you are logged on.
Unlike parameter changes in the profile, these settings are lost when you next restart the computer.
Execute the transaction SARFC.
You are then shown which servers are currently available in the system, and how the system is handling resources for asynchronous RFCs on the servers (see Monitoring RFC Resources on the Application Server).
If you double-click on a server name, a dialog box appears in which you can change the values for your server.
If you have the necessary authorization, you can enter change mode and change the values.
The values that you set here overwrite (until the next restart) the following parameter values (in the same order):
Choose Save to activate the new values.
The quotas for RFC resources have now been reset.
Note that the settings you make using the report only apply to the instance to which you are currently logged on, and are lost when the instance is next restarted. The parameter settings in the profile file then apply again.