This SupportPac contains a program for formatting IBM MQ statistics and accounting SMF records. There are other programs that help you monitor your IBM MQ system on z/OS.
This SupportPac provides an improved program for printing accounting and statistics available in IBM MQ for z/OS.
It also provides a program that monitors queue and channel information, producing output that can be processed by a spreadsheet to monitor data over time.
Processing the IBM MQ SMF data, and giving suggestions on some possible out of line conditions.
The monitoring programs can be used to show usage of queues and channels over time
New in this Release
The version number of all programs in the MP1B SupportPac have been changed to 5.4 for consistency.
The following new features are added to MQSMF utility:
Queue statistics, new in IBM MQ 9.3.0, are formatted and output to the QSTAT and QSTATCSV DD cards.
The following changes are made to the MQSMF utility:
SMF interval start and end times, and the interval duration, are now consistently displayed to one second
precision for all SMF statistics. SMF interval duration in the task accounting data is displayed to one
second precision for intervals longer than one second, and to microsecond precision for intervals shorter
than one second.
Messages MQWQCF01S and MQWQCF02S, which are issued to indicate long average CF response times,
have been reformatted to include the CF structure name.
Defect fixes. See the change history section of the MQSMF utility documentation in the MP1B compressed file for more details.
Author: Gwydion Tudur, IBM MQ Development, Hursley
Released: 28 Nov 2000
Last Updated: 13 July 2022
Current Version: 5.4
»Please note that the version number shown in the right pane is the version of the IBM MQ product that this SupportPac applies to. The date is the last web page refresh.
To view the complete portfolio of IBM MQ SupportPacs, visit the IBM MQ SupportPacs home page.
Follow these steps to install the MP1B SupportPac:
- Download the MP1B compressed file to a temporary directory.
- Decompress the .zip file.
- Upload the files mp1b.load.xmit.bin and mp1b.jcl.xmit.bin to z/OS. The files must be uploaded to data sets that are allocated with the following attributes:
- Record format: Fixed block (FB)
- Logical record size: 80
- Block size: 3200
a) Start an FTP session to the target z/OS system.
b) Issue the following command to set the attributes of the data sets that are created: quote site cyl pri=1 sec=1 recfm=fb blksize=3200 lrecl=80
c) Issue the following command to enter binary mode: bin
d) Issue the following commands to upload the two files:
put mp1b.load.xmit.bin 'userid.MP1B.LOAD.XMIT'
put mp1b.jcl.xmit.bin 'userid.MP1B.JCL.XMIT'
where userid is your z/OS user ID.
e) End the FTP session by issuing the quit command.
- Issue the following commands on z/OS to receive the uploaded data sets:
TSO RECEIVE INDSN(MP1B.LOAD.XMIT)
TSO RECEIVE INDSN(MP1B.JCL.XMIT)
This creates data sets userid.MP1B.LOAD and userid.MP1B.JCL.
- Further instructions for how to use MP1B can be found inside PDFs in the installed package.
Category 2 SupportPacs are provided in good faith and AS-IS. There is no warranty or further service implied or committed and any supplied sample code is not supported through IBM product service channels.
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Please read the license information contained within the compressed file for this SupportPac to determine if you want to use it.
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13 July 2022