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How do i lock all business users after client import and space required in trans directory

former_member786420
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Hi

How do i lock all business users in a single shot after client copy is done from production to quality.

And please suggest what is the required space in /usr/sap/trans directory for client export with a DB size of 200 GB and maximum time taken to export


Thank you in Advance

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Daniil
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what it has to do with EWM?

jmodaal
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Hello,

users can be locked / unlocked (beside using transaction SU10) with program RSUSR_LOCK_USERS.

The 2nd question is difficult to answer. Maybe 200 GB? As the client export uses R3trans there is some compression, but maybe your database also uses compression and the given size of 200 GB is already the result of a compressed database. There is a program RSSPACECHECK, determining the memory requirement of a client. Maybe it's helpful.

former_member786420
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Dear Jan,

Thank you .

It worked

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