Resetting the Buffer Areas in SAP System

If you need to “Reset any buffer area” in your SAP system then you can use the following commands on your SAPGUI command line..

/$SYNC        – Resets the buffers of the application server

/$CUA          – Resets the CUA buffer of the application server

/$TAB          – Resets the TABLE buffers of the application server

/$NAM          – Resets the nametab buffer of the application server

/$DYNP        – Resets the screen buffer of the application server

/$ESM          – Resets the Exp./ Imp. Shared Memory Buffer of the application server

/$PXA          – Resets the Program (PXA) Buffer of the application server.

For an example ;

Usage of “/$SYNC” command to reset the buffers of the application server

Open you SAPGUI screen and write the command “/$SYNC” and press the ENTER

Resetting Buffer Areas in SAP

Then you will see the following message “All Buffers Were Reset” on your SAPGUI screen like below

Resetting Buffer Areas in SAP

Finally don’t forget the following warning about the situation ;

“Resetting buffers can significantly change the performance of the entire system for a long time. It should therefore only be used where there is a good reason to do so.”

2 Responses to "Resetting the Buffer Areas in SAP System"

  1. Shahin says:

    Hi Fatih bey,
    Thanks for useful posts. Every day checking this resource.

    Also buffers we can reset from AL12 t-code. Menu Edit->Reset buffer.

    Shahin

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