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2249998 - TIME_OUT dump during data manipulation language statement to a HANA Database


  • A data manipulation language statement (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE) is called from an application server to a HANA Database.
  • The statement terminates with this abap dump:
Category               ABAP Programming Error
Runtime Errors         TIME_OUT
ABAP Program           SAPLSNR3

Short Text             
    Time limit exceeded
Error analysis                                                                   
   After a certain time, the program is terminated in order to free the        
   workspace for other users. This prevents workspaces from being blocked      
   unnecessarily, for example by an endless loop (DO, WHILE, ...), by          
   database accesses where the result set is too large or by database          
   accessess without a suitable index Index (full table scan).                 
   The maximum runtime of a program is set by system profile parameter         
   "rdisp/scheduler/prio_[high|normal|low]/max_runtime". The current setting is
    600 seconds. Once this limit has been                                      
   exceeded, the system attempts to interrupt the SQL statement or to          
   instruct the ABAP processor to terminate the program. It waits for a        
   maximum of 60 seconds. If the program is then still active, the work        
   process is restarted. 
  •  This entry is written into the indexserver trace in Hana:
[145091]{362443} TraceContext  TraceContext.cpp(00827) : UserName=SAPR31
[145091]{362443} SQLSessionCmd : session control command is performed by 362443, user=SAPR31, application user=, 
application source=, client ip=, client port=26451, query=ALTER SYSTEM CANCEL SESSION '318175'
[145091]{362443} SQLSessionCmd : cancel requested for 318175 (logical connection id is 318175



SAP Hana Database 1.0.


SAP HANA, enterprise edition all versions


KBA , HAN-DB , SAP HANA Database , PP-MRP , Material Requirements Planning , Problem

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