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Stop SAP - CI and AS

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I have a system that has primary CI + AS and standby CI + AS.

What is the best order to stop/start them ?


on the Primary I stop first the DB or the AS that has no DB ?

  • I would say that I have to stop AS ( SAP ) and then on CI ( SAP + DB ).

on the Standby I stop first the stby AS (SAP) and than the STBY CI. ( SAP +DB )


on the primary I start the CI ( SAP + DB ) and then start the AS ( SAP ).

on the stby I start the CI ( SAP +DB ) and then start the AS ( SAP).

Of course I will check the synchronization afer.

Thanks in advance to let me know if this is the order.

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You will stop the system in following order:

1) AS

2) CI

3) DB

Starting up will be reverse order: DB, CI and last AS.

Not sure why you need Standby SAP (CI and AS) system ? Normally its just the DB that companies implement as a standby.

Hope this helps.


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your strategy looks good.