How to Peform SAP HANA MONITORING

 

SAP HANA MONITORING

In this guide,I explain different Hana Monitoring Checks that we need to perform in daily health check of SAP Hana System.

Before that please Raad : What is SAP HANA system and SAP ABAP System Monitoring 

Once you have the understanding of SAP HANA System and Normal SAP ABAP system Monitoring then you can perform below SAP HANA MONITORING CHECK.

Open SAP HANA STUDIO >> CLICK ON SYSTEM CONNECTION –>It’ll connect Hana Studio to that SAP system

SAP HANA MONITORING CHECK
HOW TO PERFORM CHECK
Check #1 > System availability

 

Landscape–>Services–> tab.
You can verify the operational status of all your SAP HANA systems at a glance in the System Monitor and of individual systems on the Overview tab of the Administration editor.
For full system availability, the following services must be active for each system:
1)nameserver
2)indexserver
3)preprocessor

Check 2 > New and past alerts

SAP HANA self-monitors its own status and performance and alerts you of critical situations (that is, when defined threshold values are reached or exceeded).

Overview tab of the Administration editor in SAP HANA Studio
Check 3 > Database Used Memory–> Used Memory
The total amount of memory currently in use by SAP HANA is referred to as its used memory.
Check 4 > Database Used Memory–> Peak Used Memory
The Used Memory value is a current measurement. The Peak Used Memoryvalue is the highest used memory value recorded. This is useful for keeping track of the maximum value for used memory over time.

 

Check 5 > Check Resident Memory
Resident memory is the amount of physical memory that is actually being used from the perspective of the operating system.
Check 6 > CPU Usage
The information displayed here indicates the percentage of CPU used by the SAP HANA system compared with the operating system as a whole.
Check 7 > Disk Usage
The information displayed here indicates disk space occupied by data, log, and trace files belonging to the SAP HANA system compared with the operating system as a whole.

Please refer below screenshot for reference:

 

Check # 8 >Current memory usage of individual serviceLandscape–>Services–>tab of the Administration editor

 

 

Refer below screenshot:

Check # 9 >Regular, successful execution of backupsSystem Information tab
You can access the backup catalog, which provides information about the execution and history of data and log backups

 

Check # 9 >Number of active threads and the duration of the top 5 threadsPerformance–>Threads

Here you can analyze the following:
1)Expensive SQL statements)
3)Sessions
4)SQL performance history
5)Progress of long-running operations
6)System load history

 

Please ReadHow to Start and STOP SAP HANA

 

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