Check the memory distribution in TemSe:
-> Tools -> Administration
-> Spool -> TemSe administration (Transaction SP12)
-> TemSe data Storage -> Memory allocation
Check whether the number of your TemSe objects is very large. Also check whether many of your objects are stored with an unlimited retention period. Note that you cannot see the retention period of spool requests here as it is stored in Table TSP01 and can be read from Transaction SP01.
Delete any objects that are no longer required:
- Delete spool objects that are no longer required:
(Transaction SPAD) -> Administration -> Clean-up spool
You can also use the report RSPO0041 to delete out-of-date spool requests.
- Delete job logs no longer required using report RSBTCDEL
- To delete background input logs that are no longer needed, use the RSBDCREO report
There is another report RSTS0022 for deleting old Temse objects but I suggest not using this report as this report does not take into account dependencies between TemSe tables and other tables.
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