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Prior/Later Unicode Conversion Episodes [updated 12-Feb-2008]
  • 0.001 – [Destroyed by space pirates]
  • 0.002 – Community Day and Onward
  • 0.003 – Revenge of The Space Monster
  • 0.004 – Children of Murphy
  • 0.005 – Journey to the Edge of Quality 
  • 0.006 – The Calm Before the Storm of Quality
  • 0.007 – Passage to Production
  • 0.008 – Unicode The Final Descent
  • 1.000 – The Final Chapter 

R/3 Quality system ready to go

We are in a regression test week, and all of the preparation work, scanning, vocabulary definition and target system builds are complete, except for last minute tweak.  We’re holding daily meet-ups to keep on track.

Here’s the state of R/3 test via SPUMG Monitor transaction:

  Tables                 39,085                                                                
  Status                 Initialization Completed                                              
                                                                                                
  Transparent Tables     36,816               Table Pools        126                           
  Table Cluster          45                   Pooled Tables      2,021                         
  Clustered Tables       77                                                                    

Details:

 Job Number Scan Level In Process Initial Completed Warning Ignored
 0 Consistency Check  0  0  39,085  0  0
 0 Tables without Language Information  0  0  31,316  529  0
 0 Tables with Ambiguous Lang. Information  0  0  7,769  25  0
 0 Tables with Language Information  0  7,562  0  0  0
 0 Reprocess  0  0  553  0  0
 0 INDX Table Analysis  0  0  404  16  0
 0 INDX Table Repair  0  0  404  0  0
Vocabulary 

Here are a few words out of our 60,000 or so:

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Word Language Collistion Filled by Name Current Date Time
@@�ƒ EN   M GOLDEN 12/27/2007 18:47:55
ARRÊT FR   M GOLDEN 12/27/2007 18:53:54
ACTISIMGKÜNDIGUNGSVEREINB_DG DE   M GOLDEN 12/27/2007 18:45:58
Database size

We have been wiping as much data as possible from TST over the last few weeks to get the size down as much as possible, as we will be doing with production also.  This weekend other ASUG colleagues asked who has archived a terabyte of data, so I’ll look back at our records for this later.

 

01/09/2008  07:06:53  TST                                                                         
History of the Database                                                                                         
                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                
 Scale: Week                     Database                        Tables                  Indices                
    Date       Values      Size/kb       Free/kb   %-Used   Total       Size/kb      Total      Size/kb         
                                                                                                                
 01/06/2008    Total    5.754.316.800    1.828.442.176     69    37,475    2.372.981.824     44,571   1.422.891.264         
 12/30/2007    Total    5.753.036.800    1.831.036.120     69    37,475    2.372.585.472     44,570   1.421.975.720         
 12/23/2007    Total    5.736.650.752    1.498.150.080     74    37,475    2.372.247.360     44,569   1.416.380.800         
 12/16/2007    Total    5.736.548.352    1.468.248.608     75    37,475    2.371.640.128     44,569   1.415.882.720         
 12/09/2007    Total    5.720.369.152    1.421.217.008     76    37,464    2.371.439.360     44,567   1.415.461.200         
 12/02/2007    Total    4.908.298.240    1.094.636.912     78    37,468    2.371.150.656     44,564   1.413.264.976
                                 

 (I should open a ticket, as DB02 columns dont have commas by default and these numbers are huge)

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