Changing a Memory Option for an SCC UNIX Service

To change a memory setting for an SAP Control Center UNIX service, add the appropriate environment variable (SCC_MEM_MAX or SCC_MEM_PERM) to the sccd script.

When you use this method to set memory options, your changes are permanent—SAP Control Center uses them every time it starts as a service.

  1. If SAP Control Center is running, shut it down.
  2. Open the sccd file: /etc/init.d/sccd
  3. Add the environment variable at the top of the file (after the comments). Specify a size in megabytes but do not indicate the units in the command.
    For example:
  4. Save the file and start the SAP Control Center UNIX service.
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Changing a Memory Option on the Command Line
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