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This space introduces you to the overview of performance factors of ABAP platform, and the trouble shooting guide of analyzing individual factors.
Including Workload Analysis, Load Balancing, Work processes performance,ENQUEUE performance,etc.

 

Performance Factors Overview
Key Components of Response Time

 

 This section contains an introduction to the following key components of Response Time and the general guide of troubleshooting.

To view more details, please click  Workload Analysis and Response Time


 
Enqueue Performance & Enqueue Time

Enqueue time is used to request and set SAP locks by making use of the enqueue work process. Typically, this component of the dialog response time is rather small, usually less than 5 ms.

Related SAP Notes
97760 - Enqueue: Performance and resource consumption
2252679 - How to analyze an enqueue lock problem
2126913 - ENQU: The enqueue log
2013043 - Performance Problems with Enqueue Work Process
2019532 - Performance of integrated enqueue server

[Internal] Standalone Enqueue Service dev traces

Wiki Page:
Enqueue Performance : Analysis

 

Remote Function Call (RFC)

 

 

 

 

Workprocesses Performance Analysis
Please see following notes for further information:

 2430181 - Guided Answer- How To Analyze Work Process Performance Issues.

 

Below wiki page has more information about Work Processes configuration and Best Practices.
https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/x/OgDPG

 
Help portal:

 

Load Balancing

 

RFC Resource and Load Balancing

Internet Communication Manager(ICM)

The ICMan process is responsible for Internet communication within a SAP Web Application Server. It describes how a TCP/IP request with an standard protocol on top (e.g HTTP/S)  is routed into an ABAP context or to a J2EE engine (in case of double stack system).


Related SAP Notes:
2149132 - ICM performance checks

 

 

 

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