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Unlock & Reset SAP* Password in Oracle

1. Remote Desktop (Windows) / Telnet (Unix/Linux) to OS level and connect to the sql using the command prompt.

C:\Documents and Settings\devadm>sqlplus”/as sysdba”

2. View the SAP* table.

SQL> select UFLAG, BNAME, MANDT from SAPSR3.USR02 where BNAME=’SAP*’;

3. Unlock the SAP* password.

SQL> update SAPSR3.USR02 set UFLAG=0 where BNAME=’SAP*’ and MANDT=000;

4. Reset the SAP* password

SQL>delete from SAPSR3.USR02 where BNAME=’SAP*’ and MANDT=000;

5. Set the parameter login/no_automatic_user_sapstar is set to 0. You also can check in RZ11. You need to reboot the SAP once the parameter is change.

login/no_automatic_user_sapstar=0

Note:

• This example shows for SAP* in client 000 in Oracle environment.
• Default password for sap* is pass / 06071992.
• Execute transaction code /$tab to reset buffer

Source: http://itsiti.com/unlock-reset-sap-password-in-oracle

SAP Background jobs showing status READY not executing job

If you cannot delete this kind of JOB “READY status”

You have to go in SE16N table TBTCO find the job with the status Ready “Y” and edit the table to set Finished status “F”

1.    Go to transaction SE16N

2.    In the table name field enter TBTCO.

3.    Select the JOB that you’d like to modify and double click on it to access it
Display screen. Below you can see an image where the field that we want to change is highlighted. Continue reading SAP Background jobs showing status READY not executing job

How to Disable, Stop or Uninstall Apport Error Reporting

Apport is an Error Reporting Service provided by Ubuntu to intercept and analyze crashes and bugs as and when they occur. Crashes and Bugs may sound like bad things, but actually most operating systems will have several a day, and it doesn’t mean your computer is broken, nor does it necessarily stop working. As such, Apport can usually be safely disabled, as it doesn’t fix anything, it just tells developers that something went wrong.

Continue reading How to Disable, Stop or Uninstall Apport Error Reporting

How do I reset a lost administrative password?

By default the first user’s account is an administrative account, so if the UI is prompting you for a password it’s probably that person’s user password. If the user doesn’t remember their password you need to reset it. To do this you need to boot into recovery mode.

Boot up the machine, and after the BIOS screen, hold down the left Shift key. You will then be prompted by a menu that looks something like this:

I’ve noticed on some systems that timing when to hit the left Shift key can be tricky, sometimes I miss it and need to try it again.

Hit the down arrow until you select the 2nd entry from the top (the one with the recovery mode in the description) and then hit Enter. Continue reading How do I reset a lost administrative password?

How can I test SD card speed?

To obtain the results , type the following lines at a command prompt

The dd command is the Linux block copy command. It reads from the if= file, in the first case a block of zeros, and writes to the of= file, in the first case the file named test.tmp in your HOME directory (the ~/ means your HOME directory). The bs= gives the size of the data, and the count= gives the number of times this is repeated. sync ensures that the filesystem cache is flushed to have more realistic data. Please run it multiple times, one sample is not scientific enough.

Write speed

sync; dd if=/dev/zero of=~/test.tmp bs=500K count=1024

Read speed

sync; echo 3 | sudo tee /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches
sync; time dd if=~/test.tmp of=/dev/null bs=500K count=1024

Delete the temporary file

rm ~/test.tmp

Source : http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards#SD_card_performance