a year ago
Subject: Troubleshooting Network Connectivity Issue - SAP HANA and Database Server Dear [Customer], I am writing to provide you with a detailed troubleshooting guide for resolving the network connectivity issue between the SAP HANA machine and the database server. As per the error message you reported, "Connection to database server lost; check server and network status [System error: Socket closed]", suggests that there may be an issue with the network connectivity between the SAP HANA machine and the database server. Here are a few steps you can take to try and resolve the issue: Check the network connectivity between the SAP HANA machine and the database server. Make sure that the machines can ping each other and that the necessary ports are open. Use the following commands to check network connectivity: Copy code ping <ip-address-of-database-server> telnet <ip-address-of-database-server> <port-number> traceroute <ip-address-of-database-server> nslookup <hostname-of-database-server> nmap -p <port-number> <ip-address-of-database-server> Check the status of the database server. Ensure that the server is running and that the necessary services are up and running. Check the status of the network interfaces on the SAP HANA machine. Ensure that the interfaces are up and running and that there are no errors or issues. Check the SAP HANA system logs for any relevant error messages. Check the firewall settings to ensure that the necessary ports are open. Restart the SAP HANA system and the Database Server. Check the HANA Studio and check the system status, and check the system replication status. Check the network connectivity between the HANA system and the Database Server. Check the DB service is running or not. It's worth noting that, the solution to this problem will depend on the specific details of your environment. Therefore it's best to check with your network administrator or SAP HANA administrator for more help. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.