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As you can see here, Direct Read Requests, which was truncated as “38066″ is show here as READDIRCNT = 12,438,066. And Sequential Read Requests, truncated as “11105″ is shown here as READSEQCNT = 60,611,105.

So there you have it – the data is there, it’s just knowing how to get it. ๐Ÿ™‚

Of course, this isn’t the only function module that can read stat files, but this is the one I’m used to using, so I thought I would share with everyone.

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  1. Former Member
    Thanks for this interesting trick that I’m adding to my toolbox as a very frequent user of transaction STAD.

    When investigating performance problems with STAD, I usually use first ST03 to activate table logging. Therefore I get the 5 or 6 more requested tables with STAD.


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