PARMGEN videos: Configuring a sharing-with-SMP/E runtime environment with a hub monitoring server
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Today we will give you a video example of QCF10 to better step you through the creation of runtime environments.This video shows you how to create a runtime environment AKA RTE using one of the IBM-provided templates and the PARMGEN method.
A sharing-with-SMP/E runtime environment (RTE) contains LPAR-specific libraries and references the read-only target libraries managed by SMP/E. Because an RTE that shares the SMP/E target libraries is updated when the SMP/E maintenance is applied, a sharing-with-SMP/E configuration is good for testing maintenance before other RTEs are updated. It is also good for a proof-of-concept configuration. Because the RTE contains a hub monitoring server, it can operate by itself and show data immediately. So we will start with configuring a sharing-with-SMP/E runtime environment with a hub monitoring server.
The scenario involves the following steps for your reference:
1. Defining the runtime environment