Every day, the cloud partners transfer usage information to SAP. If a connection has not been made for 30 days, then an alert appears in the Cloud Console. The alert stays active until the cloud successfully uploads its usage information.
What information is uploaded to SAP?
Daily uploads to SAP include cloud-related information, such as:
- A one-way hash of the cloud license key and licensed company name
- All license keys in the cloud
- The GUID of the cloud
- The software version of the cloud
- The timestamp of the upload
Uploads also include information for each cloud server, such as:
- The ID of the cloud server and the ID of the host it is running on
- The amount of time that the cloud server was running
- The total number of CPU cores on the cloud server and the number of cores that the cloud server is licensed to use
- The total number of CPU seconds used by the cloud server during that hour
- The average file size of all dbspaces (excluding the temporary dbspace and transaction log)
- The average number of connections to the cloud server during that hour
How can I see the information that is being uploaded to SAP?
You can see exactly what is being uploaded to SAP by searching for the phrase Usage information details with the dbmanageetd utility or the Diagnostics Log panel.