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1966912 - [Summary] Batch Input Reorganization : How to clean up BDC sessions/logs


- More information needed regarding deletion of obsolete batch input sessions and the relevant logs.

- Table TST01 is very large, most of the entries are related to BDCLG* which are batch input logs. For example:

TST01   entries  25,623,203

BDCLG* entries  25,589,063

   It is necessary to delete the BDCLG* entries to reduce the size of table TST01.

- There are too many Batch input log files under global directory: AL11->DIR_GLOBAL-> nnnBDCLG (nnn=client number).

   It is necessary to delete these files to free the disk space.

- Table APQD or APQI is very large or growing rapidly. Table APQD contains batch input sessions.

   It is necessary to reduce the size of APQD.

- EWA report shows "batch input sessions in backlog".



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