SAPGUI: Maximum Number of Connected Terminals Reached



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Symptom

When user tries to log on to the SAP System, an error message is issued: “Maximum number of connected terminals reached”

Cause

The maximum number of connections per instance is determined by parameter rdisp/tm_max_no (default setting: 200).  When this number is reached, no further logons are possible.

Solution

• Increase the parameter rdisp/tm_max_no.

• Restart the affected instance.

• Kick any old users from the system.

Note

• If you do not log off properly (for example, switching off the PC without logging off), the connection is retained until it is exited because of a timeout (see note 27320).  As a result, the number of open connections may be greater than the number of users logged on to the system.

• SAP note 22099

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