Displaying the User's Memory Usage

Prerequisites

You are already in the User List screen (SM04; User list screen).

Procedure

You can display the usage of the various SAP memory types by choosing Goto ® Memory. Select the user(s) that you want to display the usage for. If you do not select any, the memory overview displays the usage for all users.

Client:

User

Transaction

Roll

Page

Mem(sum )

Mem(Private )

000

MUELLER   

SE38

  458.752

 57.344

 5.225.243

         0

000

MUSTER

SESSION_MANA

  262.144

      0

 1.161.577

         0

000

SCHMIDT 

SE01       

  458.752

 81.920

 4.551.960

         0

000

MAIER 

SE11   

1.048.576

172.032

13.572.756

         0

000

SCHMITT      

SESSION_MANA

  262.144

      0

 1.161.577

         0

000

GRAF    

OS_APPLICATI

  851.968

147.456

18.664.742

         0

000

HANSEN

OS_APPLICATI

  851.968

139.264

16.085.115

         0

000

FISCHER     

SE61       

  458.752

 65.536

 3.463.431

         0

The following table explains the meaning of each column.

Client:

SAP Client

User

User logged on to server (SAP user name)

Transaction

Executed SAP transaction (transaction code)

Roll

The roll area holds the user environment information needed by work processes when executing dialog steps.

Page

SAP Paging is only used for a limited number of ABAP commands.

Mem(sum )

Specifies how much of the SAP extended memory was requested by this user.

Mem(Private )

Private memory (heap memory) requested by the user.

The order in which the various memory classes are assigned to the dialog work process is described under Allocating Memory for User Contexts.

For further information on SAP memory management, please refer to the documentation on BC - Memory Management.

Session Details

The total memory consumed for each user from all sessions is added together in the memory list.  

You can display the memory usage of each external session for one or several users.  To do this select the users in the memory list and choose Goto ® Memory List (Session Details).

ISession Details

Each external session consists of one or more internal sessions. To find out how much memory each of these internal sessions use, select the external sessions in the session details list and choose Goto ® Memory List (I-Session Details).