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sm66 shows CL_SERVER_INFO================CP

Hi,

At Netweaver 7.40 SP 12, sm66 shows CL_SERVER_INFO================CP 11 times (because we have 11 application servers).  How can I make sm66 exclude CL_SERVER_INFO?

DIA5,328Running0:42:45MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA1,244Running0:43:16MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA3,352Running0:14:51HighCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA3,084Running2:42:56MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA6,656Running0:10:02MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA5,768Running0:08:33MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA4,556Running0:06:46MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
BTC2,984Running4:00:5010,835SAPLCLFM120
DIA6,592Running0:01:2797HighSAPLHTTP_RUNTIME100
DIA3,112Running5:11:40MediumCL_SERVER_INFO================CP120
DIA4,676On HoldRFC Response8:32:10MediumSAPMSSY1120

I did find t-code sm66_old which will show sm66 the old way, but surely SAP must have a way where sm66 can be used without showing my own processes for sm66.

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Clifton,

You can modify this by right clicking on a column and selecting "Show...".  Switch to the "Filter" tab and select "Executed Program" then click the left arrow to move it over. 

Now, click the "Filter Vals" icon and set the Executed Program to not equal "CL_SERVER_INFO================CP" by typing it or using the dropdown to select it.  You can set it to not equal by double clicking on the text input field and selecting the not equal sign on the popup.  Click the green check.

Click the "Save Layout (F5)" icon.  Name your new layout.  If it is for everyone, make sure that "User specific" is unchecked (you will need to start "Save Layout" with a / if it is for all users).  Check the box for "Default Setting".  Click the green check twice and you should now be excluding your "CL_SERVER_INFO================CP" processes.

This was much easier in the previous version of SM66!  As Prithviraj pointed out, you can also use SM66_OLD.

Andrew

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