Start Level 1 Node: SAP Memory Management (BC-CST-MM)SAP Memory Management (BC-CST-MM)End Level 1 Node: SAP Memory Management (BC-CST-MM)
   Start Level 2 Node: Functions of the SAP Memory Management SystemFunctions of the SAP Memory Management SystemEnd Level 2 Node: Functions of the SAP Memory Management System
      Start Level 3 Node: Memory Management Basic TerminologyMemory Management Basic TerminologyEnd Level 3 Node: Memory Management Basic Terminology
      Start Level 3 Node: SAP Memory TypesSAP Memory TypesEnd Level 3 Node: SAP Memory Types
         Start Level 4 Node: SAP Roll AreaSAP Roll AreaEnd Level 4 Node: SAP Roll Area
         Start Level 4 Node: SAP Extended MemorySAP Extended MemoryEnd Level 4 Node: SAP Extended Memory
         Start Level 4 Node: Private MemoryPrivate MemoryEnd Level 4 Node: Private Memory
      Start Level 3 Node: User ContextUser ContextEnd Level 3 Node: User Context
      Start Level 3 Node: Work ProcessWork ProcessEnd Level 3 Node: Work Process
      Start Level 3 Node: Virtual Address Space of a Work ProcessVirtual Address Space of a Work ProcessEnd Level 3 Node: Virtual Address Space of a Work Process
      Start Level 3 Node: Release of SAP Memory for the Operating SystemRelease of SAP Memory for the Operating SystemEnd Level 3 Node: Release of SAP Memory for the Operating System
   Start Level 2 Node: Platform-Specific Description of Memory ManagementPlatform-Specific Description of Memory ManagementEnd Level 2 Node: Platform-Specific Description of Memory Management
      Start Level 3 Node: Memory Management under UNIXMemory Management under UNIXEnd Level 3 Node: Memory Management under UNIX
         Start Level 4 Node: Implementing Memory Management (UNIX)Implementing Memory Management (UNIX)End Level 4 Node: Implementing Memory Management (UNIX)
            Start Level 5 Node: Allocating Memory for User Contexts (UNIX)Allocating Memory for User Contexts (UNIX)End Level 5 Node: Allocating Memory for User Contexts (UNIX)
            Start Level 5 Node: Implementing the Extended Memory Under UNIXImplementing the Extended Memory Under UNIXEnd Level 5 Node: Implementing the Extended Memory Under UNIX
         Start Level 4 Node: Configuration for UNIXConfiguration for UNIXEnd Level 4 Node: Configuration for UNIX
            Start Level 5 Node: Configuration for AIXConfiguration for AIXEnd Level 5 Node: Configuration for AIX
         Start Level 4 Node: Checking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (UChecking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (UEnd Level 4 Node: Checking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (U
         Start Level 4 Node: Memory Management on LinuxMemory Management on LinuxEnd Level 4 Node: Memory Management on Linux
      Start Level 3 Node: Memory Management on WindowsMemory Management on WindowsEnd Level 3 Node: Memory Management on Windows
         Start Level 4 Node: Implementation on WindowsImplementation on WindowsEnd Level 4 Node: Implementation on Windows
            Start Level 5 Node: Implementing the Extended Memory on WindowsImplementing the Extended Memory on WindowsEnd Level 5 Node: Implementing the Extended Memory on Windows
         Start Level 4 Node: Special Features on WindowsSpecial Features on WindowsEnd Level 4 Node: Special Features on Windows
         Start Level 4 Node: Rules for Memory Management on WindowsRules for Memory Management on WindowsEnd Level 4 Node: Rules for Memory Management on Windows
            Start Level 5 Node: Adjusting the Windows Performance SettingsAdjusting the Windows Performance SettingsEnd Level 5 Node: Adjusting the Windows Performance Settings
            Start Level 5 Node: Determining the Number of Work ProcessesDetermining the Number of Work ProcessesEnd Level 5 Node: Determining the Number of Work Processes
            Start Level 5 Node: Overview of Parameters for WindowsOverview of Parameters for WindowsEnd Level 5 Node: Overview of Parameters for Windows
      Start Level 3 Node: Memory Management on IBM iMemory Management on IBM iEnd Level 3 Node: Memory Management on IBM i
         Start Level 4 Node: Storage Pool Requirements (IBM i)Storage Pool Requirements (IBM i)End Level 4 Node: Storage Pool Requirements (IBM i)
            Start Level 5 Node: Checking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (IChecking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (IEnd Level 5 Node: Checking the Hardware and Operating System of the Host System (I
         Start Level 4 Node: Extended Memory with Teraspace Shared Memory Segments (IBM i)Extended Memory with Teraspace Shared Memory Segments (IBM i)End Level 4 Node: Extended Memory with Teraspace Shared Memory Segments (IBM i)
         Start Level 4 Node: Configuration for IBM iConfiguration for IBM iEnd Level 4 Node: Configuration for IBM i
            Start Level 5 Node: Temporary Storage (IBM i)Temporary Storage (IBM i)End Level 5 Node: Temporary Storage (IBM i)
            Start Level 5 Node: Setting the Profile Parameters (IBM i)Setting the Profile Parameters (IBM i)End Level 5 Node: Setting the Profile Parameters (IBM i)
            Start Level 5 Node: Sample Configuration (IBM i)Sample Configuration (IBM i)End Level 5 Node: Sample Configuration (IBM i)
               Start Level 6 Node: Application Server with up to 15 Users (IBM i)Application Server with up to 15 Users (IBM i)End Level 6 Node: Application Server with up to 15 Users (IBM i)
               Start Level 6 Node: Application Server with up to 50 Users (IBM i)Application Server with up to 50 Users (IBM i)End Level 6 Node: Application Server with up to 50 Users (IBM i)
               Start Level 6 Node: Application Server with over 50 Users (IBM i)Application Server with over 50 Users (IBM i)End Level 6 Node: Application Server with over 50 Users (IBM i)
         Start Level 4 Node: Operating System and Hardware Prerequisites (IBM i)Operating System and Hardware Prerequisites (IBM i)End Level 4 Node: Operating System and Hardware Prerequisites (IBM i)
   Start Level 2 Node: Profile Parameters of Memory ManagementProfile Parameters of Memory ManagementEnd Level 2 Node: Profile Parameters of Memory Management
      Start Level 3 Node: abap/heaplimit: Work Process Restartabap/heaplimit: Work Process RestartEnd Level 3 Node: abap/heaplimit: Work Process Restart
      Start Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension: Limit for Extended Memoryztta/roll_extension: Limit for Extended MemoryEnd Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension: Limit for Extended Memory
      Start Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension_dia: EM Quota for Dialog Work Processesztta/roll_extension_dia: EM Quota for Dialog Work ProcessesEnd Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension_dia: EM Quota for Dialog Work Processes
      Start Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension_nondia: EM Quota for Non-Dialog Work Processztta/roll_extension_nondia: EM Quota for Non-Dialog Work ProcessEnd Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_extension_nondia: EM Quota for Non-Dialog Work Process
      Start Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_dia: Heap Memory Limit for Dialog Work Processesabap/heap_area_dia: Heap Memory Limit for Dialog Work ProcessesEnd Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_dia: Heap Memory Limit for Dialog Work Processes
      Start Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_nondia: Heap Memory Limit for Non-Dialog Work Proabap/heap_area_nondia: Heap Memory Limit for Non-Dialog Work ProEnd Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_nondia: Heap Memory Limit for Non-Dialog Work Pro
      Start Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_total: Total Quota for Heap Memoryabap/heap_area_total: Total Quota for Heap MemoryEnd Level 3 Node: abap/heap_area_total: Total Quota for Heap Memory
      Start Level 3 Node: em/initial_size_MB: Extended Memory Pool Sizeem/initial_size_MB: Extended Memory Pool SizeEnd Level 3 Node: em/initial_size_MB: Extended Memory Pool Size
      Start Level 3 Node: em/global_area_MB: Size of the Extended Global Memoryem/global_area_MB: Size of the Extended Global MemoryEnd Level 3 Node: em/global_area_MB: Size of the Extended Global Memory
      Start Level 3 Node: rdisp/ROLL_SHM: Roll Buffer Sizerdisp/ROLL_SHM: Roll Buffer SizeEnd Level 3 Node: rdisp/ROLL_SHM: Roll Buffer Size
      Start Level 3 Node: rdisp/ROLL_MAXFS: Maximum Roll File Sizerdisp/ROLL_MAXFS: Maximum Roll File SizeEnd Level 3 Node: rdisp/ROLL_MAXFS: Maximum Roll File Size
      Start Level 3 Node: rdisp/PG_SHM: Size of the Paging Bufferrdisp/PG_SHM: Size of the Paging BufferEnd Level 3 Node: rdisp/PG_SHM: Size of the Paging Buffer
      Start Level 3 Node: rdisp/PG_MAXFS: Maximum Size of the SAP Paging Filerdisp/PG_MAXFS: Maximum Size of the SAP Paging FileEnd Level 3 Node: rdisp/PG_MAXFS: Maximum Size of the SAP Paging File
      Start Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_first: Size of the Initial Allocation from the Roll Arztta/roll_first: Size of the Initial Allocation from the Roll ArEnd Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_first: Size of the Initial Allocation from the Roll Ar
      Start Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_area: Roll Areaztta/roll_area: Roll AreaEnd Level 3 Node: ztta/roll_area: Roll Area
      Start Level 3 Node: em/blocksize_KB: Segment Size for the Extended Memoryem/blocksize_KB: Segment Size for the Extended MemoryEnd Level 3 Node: em/blocksize_KB: Segment Size for the Extended Memory
      Start Level 3 Node: em/stat_log_size_MB: Statistics - User Context Sizeem/stat_log_size_MB: Statistics - User Context SizeEnd Level 3 Node: em/stat_log_size_MB: Statistics - User Context Size
      Start Level 3 Node: em/stat_log_timeout: Statistics Periodem/stat_log_timeout: Statistics PeriodEnd Level 3 Node: em/stat_log_timeout: Statistics Period
      Start Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_threshold_MBes/disclaim_threshold_MBEnd Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_threshold_MB
      Start Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_coasting_time_alloces/disclaim_coasting_time_allocEnd Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_coasting_time_alloc
      Start Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_coasting_time_freees/disclaim_coasting_time_freeEnd Level 3 Node: es/disclaim_coasting_time_free
      Start Level 3 Node: es/blockdisclaimsize_KBes/blockdisclaimsize_KBEnd Level 3 Node: es/blockdisclaimsize_KB
      Start Level 3 Node: es/freelist_compactores/freelist_compactorEnd Level 3 Node: es/freelist_compactor
   Start Level 2 Node: Monitoring the Memory Management SystemMonitoring the Memory Management SystemEnd Level 2 Node: Monitoring the Memory Management System
      Start Level 3 Node: Checking Roll /Paging Area and Extended Memory in ST02Checking Roll /Paging Area and Extended Memory in ST02End Level 3 Node: Checking Roll /Paging Area and Extended Memory in ST02
      Start Level 3 Node: Monitoring Memory Resources Using Transaction ST06Monitoring Memory Resources Using Transaction ST06End Level 3 Node: Monitoring Memory Resources Using Transaction ST06
      Start Level 3 Node: Swap Space RequirementsSwap Space RequirementsEnd Level 3 Node: Swap Space Requirements
      Start Level 3 Node: The rsmemory ReportThe rsmemory ReportEnd Level 3 Node: The rsmemory Report
      Start Level 3 Node: Monitoring on UNIXMonitoring on UNIXEnd Level 3 Node: Monitoring on UNIX
         Start Level 4 Node: Determining the Swap Space Currently Available (UNIX)Determining the Swap Space Currently Available (UNIX)End Level 4 Node: Determining the Swap Space Currently Available (UNIX)
         Start Level 4 Node: Determining Swap Space Requirements (UNIX)Determining Swap Space Requirements (UNIX)End Level 4 Node: Determining Swap Space Requirements (UNIX)
         Start Level 4 Node: Checking Page Fault Rates (UNIX)Checking Page Fault Rates (UNIX)End Level 4 Node: Checking Page Fault Rates (UNIX)
      Start Level 3 Node: Monitoring on WindowsMonitoring on WindowsEnd Level 3 Node: Monitoring on Windows
         Start Level 4 Node: Windows: Checking Page Fault RatesWindows: Checking Page Fault RatesEnd Level 4 Node: Windows: Checking Page Fault Rates
         Start Level 4 Node: Checking Unused Physical Memory Using ST06 (Windows)Checking Unused Physical Memory Using ST06 (Windows)End Level 4 Node: Checking Unused Physical Memory Using ST06 (Windows)
      Start Level 3 Node: Monitoring on IBM iMonitoring on IBM iEnd Level 3 Node: Monitoring on IBM i
         Start Level 4 Node: Increasing the Size of Main Storage Pools (IBM i)Increasing the Size of Main Storage Pools (IBM i)End Level 4 Node: Increasing the Size of Main Storage Pools (IBM i)
         Start Level 4 Node: Checking Page Fault Rates (IBM i)Checking Page Fault Rates (IBM i)End Level 4 Node: Checking Page Fault Rates (IBM i)
   Start Level 2 Node: Recognizing and Correcting ProblemsRecognizing and Correcting ProblemsEnd Level 2 Node: Recognizing and Correcting Problems
      Start Level 3 Node: Swap Space Bottleneck During SAP OperationSwap Space Bottleneck During SAP OperationEnd Level 3 Node: Swap Space Bottleneck During SAP Operation
      Start Level 3 Node: Slow Response Times for Some Users, Very Good Response Times forSlow Response Times for Some Users, Very Good Response Times forEnd Level 3 Node: Slow Response Times for Some Users, Very Good Response Times for
      Start Level 3 Node: Platform-Specific Problems (IBM i)Platform-Specific Problems (IBM i)End Level 3 Node: Platform-Specific Problems (IBM i)