Below is the list of few Unix/Linux command that are helpful for SAP Basis Purpose.

Command Details
dpmon or dpmon pf= <Instance profile path> ABAP Dispatcher queue monitor
jsmon pf=<instance profile path> Java Server monitoring
ps -ef Running work process
ps –eaf|grep dw sap Process overview
ps –eaf|grep ora To check oracle service is running
kill -9 <PID> Kill work process
msmon pf=profile path name=sid To check the message server status
gwmon pf=profile path nr=num To check the gateway status
Ps –eaf | grep lsnrctl Listener status
Rslgview pf =-r –ft | pg System logs
disp + work –v To check the version of r3 kernel
R3trans –d ,tnsping Checking the connection with database
Df –h File system monitor in human readable format
Du –k Display all directories and size of current directory
Sqlplus ―/as sysdba SQL prompt and database connection
Saplicence -get To get hardware key
saplicense -install to install license
sappfpar all pf=profile path display all profile parameters
sappfpar check path=profile path checks the required space for memory
memlimits to check the available space for heap and swap memory
telnet Remote system login
telnet <ipaddress><dispatcherportnum> to check the remote sap system is up and running
ftp to check file transfer protocol
rcp remote copy of files
Start/stop sap Start / stop Sap instance
ping check destination host reachable
niping check connection between server and a client by transferring packets
systeminfo check the configuration of system
Ps –aef Processes status
lsps -a Swap space
topas Memory
Cdpro To checking the profiles at path SAPMNT/<SID>/profile
Cdexe To check the Kernel folder
find . -name filename -print for checking the file in the present directory
gunzip to unzip file
tar –xvzf file name to run the zip folder of file content
lscpu to check no of CPU
free -g to check RAM
top CPU utilization
scp -rp file_or_folder_name user@IP:<path destination to copy files into different server
mv source target to move or rename file
ls -latr to see list of file
ln -s source_file myfile To create softlink
rm -rf file_or folder to delete file permanantly
ps -fu username to list of process for perticular user
glance to check whole all wp with cpu and memory utilization

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