Delete SAPOSCOL Old Shared Memory coll.put



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If your SAPOSCOL still insist to start after using this steps: http://itsiti.com/force-start-saposcol-in-unix-linux , you can try below steps. This steps will delete the coll.put file in the SAPOSCOL working directory and recreate back when you start the SAPOSCOL.

Additional note:
• The old SAPOSCOL writes the data in shared memory to the file coll.put in the SAPOSCOL working directory. The program then ends.
• When the host is restarted, the file coll.put is imported so that the combined data is available in the shared memory. If, for example, SAPOSCOL is stopped at 12:03 and is restarted at 14:49, the data until 12:00 is still available for the SAP system. To avoid confusion, invalid data for the time from 12:00 until 14:00 is not displayed in the overview of the last hours in the operating system monitor.
• Delete the file coll.put, if you stop SAPOSCOL in the context of error analysis, as the program imports the (possibly erroneous) measured values from the file to the shared memory segment if it is restarted.

The steps are:
1. Clean the SAPOSCOL shared memory.

<SIDadm> saposcol -d
Collector> clean
Collector> quit

2. Stop & delete the SAPOSCOL Collector.

<SIDadm> saposcol -k
<SIDadm> saposcol -d
Collector> leave
Collector> quit

3. Go to SAPOSCOL log files working directory & remove the coll.put (save a backup).

# cd /usr/sap/tmp
# mv coll.put coll.put.bak

4. Start the saposcol and verify the status.

<SIDadm> saposcol

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