Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
SAP Solution Manager 7.2 SP5
Part 3 of 4
Managed System Configuration
By OZSoft Consulting for ITConductor.com
Managed System Configuration : Register HANA system to
SLD
• Open URL https://<HANAServerHostname>:1129/lmsl/HDBLCM/<SID>/...
Managed System Configuration: Install the Diagnostics Agent
• Start SWPM and navigate to General Option >> Diagnostics in ...
Install HANA client on SAP Solution Manager server
• Download and extract the software to an empty directory. Open a shell...
Upload the Extractors for HANA 2.0
ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 5
• Update Stores as per SAP note : 2403493 - Sol...
Managed System Configuration: Assign Product
• Run transaction SOLMAN_SETUP and select system:
• Both systems are configur...
• The Software Prerequisites activity now relies on the RTCCTOOL running on the SAP Solution Manager system, for
checking ...
• In this step you create or delete RFC connections to the clients in managed systems, for example, client 000. For
each m...
• In this step, you assign Diagnostics Agents to each server (host) on which managed systems are running.
• The “SLD Agent...
• In this step, you specify the system parameters required to configure the managed system, which depend on the
type of th...
• In this step, you can verify and add landscape parameters. Verify the landscape parameters carefully, to avoid time-
con...
• In this step, you can verify and add landscape parameters. Verify the landscape parameters carefully, to avoid time-
con...
• In this step, you use the automatic activities to configure the technical system and the client that you have selected
i...
• In this step, you automatically check whether the system is configured correctly, and you update the statuses in the
ove...
• This step provides an overview of the steps that have been performed in this scenario, including information about
the u...
Next – Solution Manager 7.2 SP 5: System Monitoring
• This is the end of the Managed System Configuration phases of
Soluti...
• Any Questions?
• Contact Info: info@itconductor.com
• Follow us: https://www.linkedin.com/company/it-conductor
Let
itcon...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Solution Manager 7.2 SAP Monitoring - Part 3 - Managed System Configuration

SAP Solution Manager 7.2 SAP Monitoring
Part 3 of 4 (Managed System Configuration)
Visit https://www.itconductor.com/blog for latest updates

  • Login to see the comments

Solution Manager 7.2 SAP Monitoring - Part 3 - Managed System Configuration

  1. 1. SAP Solution Manager 7.2 SP5 Part 3 of 4 Managed System Configuration By OZSoft Consulting for ITConductor.com
  2. 2. Managed System Configuration : Register HANA system to SLD • Open URL https://<HANAServerHostname>:1129/lmsl/HDBLCM/<SID>/index.html • Login with <sid>adm user and open “Configure System Landscape Directory Registration” • Restart HANA system to push your system data in to SLD. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 2
  3. 3. Managed System Configuration: Install the Diagnostics Agent • Start SWPM and navigate to General Option >> Diagnostics in SAP Solution Manager >> Install – Diagnostics Agent • Specify the paths to complete DVDs or Blu-ray media such as to a mounted kernel DVD, the path to a download folder containing all software packages, or the paths to several individual download locations of software packages. Ref: SAP Note 1833501 - Diagnostics Agent - Installer Versions and 2385361 - How to connect Diagnostics Agent to Solution Manager 7.2 system • Enter the parameters of the connection to a central System Landscape Directory (SLD). ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 3
  4. 4. Install HANA client on SAP Solution Manager server • Download and extract the software to an empty directory. Open a shell and go to the directory where you unpacked the software. Call the program hdbsetup (GUI installation) or hdbinst (command-line installation). • Follow the instructions displayed by the installation tool. • For the environment of users that will use the client, including the user <sid>adm, add the installation path to the library path environment variable. (Linux: LD_LIBRARY_PATH) ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 4
  5. 5. Upload the Extractors for HANA 2.0 ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 5 • Update Stores as per SAP note : 2403493 - Solution Manager: Enabling the Monitoring of HANA 2.0 • Upload the attached CV Template 'SAP HANA DATABASE 2.00.xml'. This template should be uploaded using the following path: Workcenter Solution Manager Administration -> Infrastructure -> Content -> Root Cause Analysis Content -> Stores. • Upload the Extractors for HANA 2.0. Please upload the attached File 'Templextr_HANA_20.csv'. This file should be uploaded using the following path: Workcenter Solution Manager Administration -> Infrastructure -> Content -> Root Cause Analysis -> Extractors. Than go to Change Mode and press the 'Expert Mode'. Only with the Expert Mode you will have the possibility to upload the attached file. • Ensure that the MAI Content is up-to-date. It is available with: • Solution Manager 7.1: ST_CONT 100 SP 28 • Solution Manager 7.2: ST_CONT 200 SP 9
  6. 6. Managed System Configuration: Assign Product • Run transaction SOLMAN_SETUP and select system: • Both systems are configured together. • Set Diagnostics-relevance with Automatic settings ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 6
  7. 7. • The Software Prerequisites activity now relies on the RTCCTOOL running on the SAP Solution Manager system, for checking the ST-A/PI and ST-PI versions • Execute automatic activities first. • Create HANA Database user. • Note: We do not want to change this user password so make sure you run script below: • ALTER USER MONI DISABLE PASSWORD LIFETIME; ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 7 Managed System Configuration: Check Prerequisites
  8. 8. • In this step you create or delete RFC connections to the clients in managed systems, for example, client 000. For each managed system, you should create at least a READ RFC connection to the production client. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 8 Managed System Configuration: Maintain RFCs
  9. 9. • In this step, you assign Diagnostics Agents to each server (host) on which managed systems are running. • The “SLD Agent Candidate Management” is no longer accessible from the Managed System Configuration UIs. • The “Auto Assign” option should be used to assign a Diagnostics Agent to a system. If auto assignments does not work, the “Agent Admin” UI can be used for troubleshooting, before retrying “Auto Assign” ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 9 Managed System Configuration: Assign Diagnostics Agent
  10. 10. • In this step, you specify the system parameters required to configure the managed system, which depend on the type of the managed system, for example, ABAP, Java, or database systems. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 10 Managed System Configuration: Enter System Parameters
  11. 11. • In this step, you can verify and add landscape parameters. Verify the landscape parameters carefully, to avoid time- consuming error-handling. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 11 Managed System Configuration: Enter Landscape Parameters
  12. 12. • In this step, you can verify and add landscape parameters. Verify the landscape parameters carefully, to avoid time- consuming error-handling. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 12 Managed System Configuration: Maintain Users
  13. 13. • In this step, you use the automatic activities to configure the technical system and the client that you have selected in step 3 Select Monitored Systems and step 4 Select Client. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 13 Managed System Configuration: Finalize Configuration
  14. 14. • In this step, you automatically check whether the system is configured correctly, and you update the statuses in the overview of the Managed Systems Configuration. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 14 Managed System Configuration: Check Configuration
  15. 15. • This step provides an overview of the steps that have been performed in this scenario, including information about the users who made the changes, and the status of each step. • After this scenario is finished, you can proceed by navigating to the next scenario or by choosing a link from the What do you want to do now? area. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 15 Managed System Configuration: Complete
  16. 16. Next – Solution Manager 7.2 SP 5: System Monitoring • This is the end of the Managed System Configuration phases of Solution Manager 7.2 SP 5 • “Solution Manager 7.2 SP 5: System Monitoring” - is the next section that we’ll examine that will actually monitor the HANA environment we added. ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 16
  17. 17. • Any Questions? • Contact Info: info@itconductor.com • Follow us: https://www.linkedin.com/company/it-conductor Let itconductor.com @itconductor ozsoft-consulting.com ITConductor.com 17

×