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                    SAP CCMS (Computer Center Management System) monitor allows you to monitor the performance of your SAP R/3 System landscape in a centralized manner. It retrieves and reports metrics using SAP’s new centralized monitoring architecture. SAP administrator can monitor all server, components and resources in his R/3 landscape from one single Centralized Server.

1.1  Download the ccmsagent for the satelite system (unicode or non-unicode, database independent) Available with the kernel files. (Version independent, only the latest version available).


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1.2  Copy the downloaded ccmagentfile to the satellite system, uncar it (extraction command shown below) and copy the extracted file and past to   \usr\sap\PRFCLOG folder.

1.3  Logon to ADMINISTRATIOR user

  • open command prompt
  • Go to PRFCLOG location where we copied the extracted files.
  • Then run “ccmsping –push –n00 –r” command.

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1.4   After running the ccmsping command, enter the details of the monitoring system:


  • SAP System ID                   : <enter the SID>
  • Client No                             : (can also be done in default 000 client)
  • User                                    : <username>
  • Language                             : EN(Default)
  • <SID>-MS hostname                : <Hostname or Host system IP>
  • Load Balance                        : n
  • App.server hostname             : Hostname or IP(leave it default)
  • System Number                    :<Central Instance Number>
  • Router String                        :Optional
  • Trace Level                           :0(Default)
  • Pwd from solman                  :******

For RFC communication purpose, gateway system is needed. Assign the same monitoring system for the gateway connection. Enter the monitoring system details.

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1.5:  Create an user CSMREG, if not exists.

        

  Procedure for CSMREG user creation

    • Logon to RZ21 T-Code (Monitoring System)
    • Select Technical Infrastructure -> Configure Cerntral System -> Create CSMREG user

  For RFC communication purpose again we have to provide following user information

    • User name                   : CSMREG (User type: “communication”)
    • Client No                      :100 (can also be done in default 000 client,provided CSMREG exists)
    • Language                      :EN (Default)
    • <SID>-MS hostname        : (Hostname or Host system IP)
    • Load Balance                :n
    • App.server hostname     :Hostname or IP (leave it default)
    • System Number            :00 (Central Instance Number)
    • Router String                 :Optional
    • Trace Level                    : 0 (Default)
    • Pwd from csmreg           :******

Start type service should be in AUTO mode

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RFC CREATED SUCCEFULLY (chek in SM59 transaction, monitoring system).

1.6   Make an entry of the monitored system in the file(Monitoring System)C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\services

       Make the entry as  ‘sapms<SID>        3600/tcp’      (SID of monitored sys)

1.7  Go to RZ21 T-Code (Monitoring System)

    • Select technical infrastructure –> availability monitoring –> configure CCMSPING availability mon.

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      Configure availability and performance overview as shown above

    • select Monitoring -> Create System

     Enter the SID of the system to be monitored in the small window that opens and press continue, enter the details as shown below

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   select Copy connection data and options

  • Finally SAVE the changes and ACTIVATE logon checks.

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1.8 :  Check whether the newly added system is available for monitoring

    • Go to Transaction RZ20
    • SAP CCMS monitoring temp –> Availability and performance overview –> Double click

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  •      satellite system available for monitoring. Successfully created.
  • Check the stats by turning off the SAP Satellite system–status going down to 40%(shown below)

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