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I have the following issue I was hoping you might be able to help me with. I will give you some background information:
I have to do an export/import client copy instead of a remote client copy due to network problems between our QAS and PRD environments. I have already done an export of the PRD environment and have copied the data/cofile to QAS.
The issue is that the domain controller is set as PRD, and I need to change the configuration from a domain configuration to a local configuration, so QAS would read from the transport directory of its host instead of reading from PRD. I'm aware that one of the first steps of this process is to change the DIR_TRANS parameter in RZ11, which is already done.
However, if I check the transport tool parameters of the STMS (STMS-->System Overview-->Select QAS--> Transport Tool tab), I can see that the TRANSDIR parameter is still set to read the PRD transport directory instead of QAS transport directory, even though DIR_TRANS has been modified in RZ11 and a system restart has been done.
Would I need to access the transport controller (PRD), delete QAS from the transport route, redistribute the configuration,...? Could anyone tell me the next steps to follow? As I am not certain of what to do.
I managed to resolved the issue. This is exactly what I did:
1.- Change DIR_TRANS in RZ11. Restart SAP.
2.- Go to Transport Domain, change in Transport tool the QAS route to \\qas\sapmnt\...
Save and redistribute configuration.
3.- It now finds the correct transport requests in the STMS queue of QAS.
I have a new question though... Is there a way to know whether or not the import is working correctly?
I ask because for the first 10-14 hours, it has been taking space of the tablespace psapr3, but for the past 10 hours, it has taken 0 space. I do not know what's happening. I can see in stms that the truck is still going, but there is no information.
Anyone has a clue about this?
look into your /usr/sap/trans/tmp directory. look for the files that are being modified there. When the import is running, it uses tmp directory havily for logs and etc. usually I get the update from this directory.
Hope this helps,
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