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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications 15
Publication Date: October 22, 2021
About This Guide
Overview
Available Documentation and Resources
Giving Feedback
Documentation Conventions
1 What Is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications?
1.1 Software Components
1.2 Software Repository Setup
1.3 Product Life Cycle and Support
2 Planning the Installation
2.1 Hardware Requirements
2.2 Downloading the Installation Image
2.3 Offline Migration
2.4 Installation Methods
2.5 Overview of the Installation Workflow
2.6 Required Data for Installing
2.7 Partitioning
3 Installing the Operating System
3.1 Using the Installation Workflow
3.2 Using SLES-SAP Media from the Network
3.3 Using an External AutoYaST Profile
3.4 Converting an SLES Installation to an SLES-SAP Installation
4 Installing SAP Applications
4.1 Products That Can Be Installed Using SAP Installation Wizard
4.2 First Steps
4.3 Using the SAP Installation Wizard
4.4 Continuing an Installation Using an Installation Profile
4.5 Partitioning for an SAP Application without the SAP Installation Wizard
4.6 Automated Installation of SAP Applications with AutoYaST
5 Upgrading an SAP HANA Cluster
5.1 Preparing the Upgrade
5.2 Upgrading your SAP HANA Cluster
5.3 Finishing the Upgrade Task
6 Setting Up an Installation Server for SAP Media Sets
7 Setting Up an SAP HANA Cluster
7.1 Prerequisites
7.2 Setup
7.3 Using Hawk
8 Tuning systems with sapconf5
8.1 Overview of sapconf5
8.2 Verifying sapconf setup
8.3 Enabling and disabling sapconf and viewing its status
8.4 Configuring sapconf5
8.5 Removing sapconf
8.6 Using tuned together with sapconf
8.7 For more information
9 Tuning systems with saptune
9.1 Enabling saptune
9.2 Disabling saptune
9.3 Updating saptune
9.4 Managing SAP Notes
9.5 Managing SAP Solutions
9.6 Verification and troubleshooting
9.7 Staging
9.8 Tuning kernel parameters manually using sysctl
9.9 For more information
10 Tuning Workload Memory Protection
10.1 Architecture
10.2 Support for Workload Memory Protection
10.3 Setting up Workload Memory Protection
10.4 Configuring Workload Memory Protection
10.5 Changing the value of memoryLow
10.6 Monitoring memory usage
10.7 Verifying correct operation
10.8 Uninstalling Workload Memory Protection
11 Firewalling
11.1 Configuring firewalld
11.2 Configuring HANA-Firewall
11.3 SAProuter Integration
12 Encrypting Directories Using cryptctl
12.1 Setting Up a cryptctl Server
12.2 Setting Up a cryptctl Client
12.3 Checking Partition Unlock Status Using Server-side Commands
12.4 Unlocking Encrypted Partitions Manually
12.5 Maintenance Downtime Procedure
12.6 For More Information
13 Protecting Against Malware with ClamSAP
13.1 Installing ClamSAP
13.2 Creating a Virus Scanner Group in SAP NetWeaver
13.3 Setting Up the ClamSAP Library in SAP NetWeaver
13.4 Configuring the default location of virus definitions
13.5 Engaging ClamSAP
13.6 For More Information
14 Connecting via RDP
15 Creating Operating System Images
15.1 Creating Images with KIWI
15.2 Cleaning Up an Instance Before Using It as a Master Image
16 Important Log Files
A Additional Software for SLES-SAP
A.1 Identifying a Base Product for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications
A.2 SUSE Connect Program
A.3 PackageHub
B Partitioning for the SAP System Using AutoYaST
C Supplementary Media
C.1 product.xml
C.2 Own AutoYaST Ask Dialogs
C.3 Installing Additional Packages
C.4 Example Directory for Supplementary Media
D GNU Licenses
D.1 GNU Free Documentation License
List of Examples
8.1 Checking parameters

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