mqsilist command

Use the mqsilist command to list installed integration nodes and their associated resources.

Supported platforms

  • Windows
  • Linux® and UNIX systems
  • z/OS®. Run this command in one of two ways - as a console command, or by customizing and submitting BIPLIST; see Contents of the integration node PDSE


The mqsilist command reports on the configuration of one or more integration nodes. Your choice of parameters on the command determines which resources are included in the response, and the level of detail that the response provides.

The command returns information about the following resources:
  • Local and remote integration nodes
  • Integration servers defined on the integration node
  • Applications in an integration server
  • Libraries in an integration server
  • All resources that you have deployed to each integration server, including message flows and message model schema files
  • Runtime versioning information for those resources, if applicable

You can also specify that you want the command to recursively examine resources and return information, so that you need only specify a single resource to get details about its children.

You can choose the level of detail that you want returned for each resource requested:
  • A list of resource names. This level of output is compatible with previous versions of IBM® Integration Bus.
  • A one line summary for each resource, including name and active or inactive status.
  • A detailed view of each resource, including build level and platform for integration nodes, and resources that have been deployed to each integration server.

On Windows platforms, Linux, and UNIX systems, the command also reports whether an integration node is configured as a WebSphere® MQ service.

Only a subset of this information is returned if the integration node is not running.

On Windows, Linux, and UNIX systems, the output is directed to STDOUT.

Select the appropriate link for details of this command on the platform, or platforms, that your enterprise uses:


For information about platform-specific authorizations, see the following topics: If you have enabled integration node administration security, you must also set up the authority that is detailed in Tasks and authorizations for administration security.