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MQ multi-instance error messages encountered during strmqm and endmqm

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Abstract

The objective of this document is to capture all the error and information messages, return codes, configuration events, locked files and other data that are seen during the start and stop tasks when working with active and standby instances of an MQ multi-instance queue manager.

Content

There are 14 scenarios in total:
- 5 scenarios for strmqm
- 9 scenarios for endmqm

The scope for this document is for the strmqm, endmqm and dspmq commands.

If you encountered an FDC related to multi-instance, please consult the following technote:
Probeid ZX155001 component zxcFileLockMonitorThread error lrcE_S_Q_MGR_UNRESPONSIVE

How to best use this document:
Search the error number or phrase, and you will be taken to one of the tables at the beginning of the document.
The tables provide a summary and refer to specific scenarios, which are described in more details later on in the document.
++ (02-Oct-2019) Summary of valid ending scenarios
Scenario 6: Active in host1. No Standby in host2. It is in a sense, a Standalone queue manager.
Objective: To stop Active in host1 for a standalone queue manager:
host1:   endmqm -i QmgrName
host2:   <not applicable>
.
Scenario 7: Active in host1. Standby in host2. Typical Multi-instance queue manager.
Objective: To stop BOTH instances and NO switchover is intended to happen.
host1:   endmqm -i QmgrName
host2:   <not applicable>
.
Scenario 10: Active in host1. Standby in host2. Typical Multi-instance queue manager.
Objective: To stop Active in host1, causing graceful switchover to Standby in host2.
This will end the Active in host1 and the Standby in host2 will become the new Active.
host1:   endmqm -si QmgrName
host2:   <not applicable>
.
Scenario 14: Active in host1. Standby in host2. Typical Multi-instance queue manager.
Objective: To stop Standby in host2, without without disturbing the Active. The Active
continues to run. (May need to do maintenace in host2).
host1:   <not applicable>
host2:   endmqm -x QmgrName

File: MQ multi-instance error messages encountered during strmqm and endmqm.pdf
MQ multi-instance error messages encountered during strmqm and endmqm.pdf

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Document Information

Modified date:
02 October 2019

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