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How to Start Serv0 Process in ABAP+JAVA Stack without restaring

Hi

We have our SAP Systems in ABAPJAVA Stacks. Some times the server0 process does not show up at the AS/400 screen screen even though all other processes showup. Is there a way we can start Serv0 Process in ABAPJAVA Stack without restaring the entire system.

I tried the following. Loged in to the ABAP System and from transaction : SMICM

Menu Option

Administrator --> J2EE Instance(Local) --> Restart --> Yes

Administrator --> J2EE Cluster (Global) --> Restart --> Yes

but still the service did not show up.

Any Help in this reagrd would be greatly appreciated.

The following services are shown in the green screen at the AS/400 OS Level

Subsystem/Job User Type CPU % Function Status

R3_20 QSYS SBS .0 DEQW

DISP_WORK SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SELW

DISPATCHER SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-jlaunch THDW

GWRD SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-gwrd SELW

ICMAN SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-icman SELW

JCONTROL SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-jcontrol THDW

MSG_SERVER SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-msg_server SELW

SAPSTART SMP20 BCH .0 PGM-sapstart EVTW

SDM SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-jlaunch THDW

WATCHDOG SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SELW

WP00 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP01 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP02 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP03 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP04 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP05 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP06 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

WP07 SMP20 BCI .0 PGM-disp+work SEMW

Thank You

Reg,

Kishore

949-232-5622 (Cell)

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi,

I usually use the 'send soft shutdown' with restart (in SMICM). Then I monitor in WRKACTJOB if everything goes down and then restarts. If this doesn't work try the 'send soft shutdown' without restart and then when everything is down, do the 'soft shutdown' with restart.

If this still doesn't help, use 'hard shutdown' without restart and the then restart once everything is down. It can take some time if it is really hung up until all JAVA processes are gone.

This doesn't sound like the best method, but it works and we don't have to stop the ABAP instance.

Regards,

Ingrid

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