I am trying to understand how to set my Logon Load Quality properties in CCMS. I have researched the topic in SAP Library - http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/3c/198d3b05e2fd6ae10000000a114084/frameset.htm
The information listed in the help library is vague .
Logon Load Quality
"Value for the quality of the dialog system (calculated from Users Logged On and Dialog Response Time, among other things); if you are using load balancing, this value determines which server is used at logon".
Anyone know what elements are in among other things? The properties we are currently using is the default SAP value i.e. < 100 yellow and <50 red. Not knowing what the among other things are, I have no idea where to begin to optimize my system. Is there some kind of docs out there that I could use to help me figure this out?
Christian Wohlfahrt replied
contra of splitting the available hardware and defining several (separate) logon groups?
It's fixed. If FI department says good-bye at 18:00 and logistic nightshift could use additional power, then new logins in one global group will use the 'free' server'. If you made two logon groups, then the FI server will get lazy.
On the other hand: you could switch this server to more background jobs and plan more jobs for the night.
Again more work and a higher sophisticated solution. So without care, you will waste power, but you win new possibilities.
The beginning is setting up different logon-groups and giving this to user. You still can assign all servers to all groups... so the way back is easy.