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HANA on POWER

Für alle Interessenten, Kunden, Anwender, Berater und Hersteller die im SAP HANA on IBM POWER Umfeld aktiv sind. Beiträge erscheinen in deutscher und englischer Sprache. Sponsoren sind die Anwendergruppen der GSE und der COMMON.

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SAP HANA 2.0 SPS04 Revision 43 available now!

Uncategorised Posted on Wed, October 02, 2019 22:06:29

SAP HANA 2.0 Support Package Stack (SPS) 04 Database Revision 43 is now available externally for download in SP/Patch download area on SAP Software Download Center.
Please check SAP Note 2830284



SAPHANA 1.0 SPS12 Revision 122.27 now available

Uncategorised Posted on Mon, September 23, 2019 10:59:29

SAPHANA 1.0 Support Package Stack (SPS) 12 Database Maintenance Revision 122.27 is now available externally for download in SP/Patch download area on SAP Software Download Center.

Please check the 2831728



IBM&RedHat – Event – Explore the Power of Open Source for SAP Applications – Oct 11, 2019, ISICC, Walldorf

Uncategorised Posted on Tue, September 03, 2019 17:35:25

IBM and Red Hat – Explore the Power of Open Source for SAP Applications:
Join our event on October 11th 2019 in Walldorf, Germany and find out what the 47-year partnership between IBM and SAP, and now combined with the 20+ year collaboration between Red Hat and SAP can do for your company!

http://ibm.biz/RHEL4SAPEvent20191011ISICCWDF



S/4HANA Rapid Move – get a first impression how it works – Video

Uncategorised Posted on Tue, September 03, 2019 09:16:21

Andrew Worsley-Tonks, IBM: “Moving to SAP S/4HANA? What if you could use the best of your current solution and innovate where it matters? IBM Rapid Move for SAP S/4HANA delivers the best of both. Find out more:
http://ibm.biz/IBMS4HANARapidMoveVideo



Fstrim on SLES12 SP3 + causing potential problem

Uncategorised Posted on Tue, August 27, 2019 08:47:32

Info provided by Jens Gleichmann:

If you are using SLES12SP3 or higher and a SAN storage supporting fstrim ops you must check this TID 

https://www.suse.com/support/kb/doc/?id=7023805

We’ve noticed a dramatically I/O perf degradation on SAN storage because over 250 server scheduled the fstrim in parallel by default!

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