Midrange now DIS APSTATUS command

This is a new command on 9.1.3 mid-range, part of the “uniform clustering” support .  (Uniform clustering  is what I would call connection balancing see Uniform clustering gets a tick from me).

For example  I have two instances of program oemput and it gave

dis apSTATUS('oemput') 
AMQ8932I: Display application status details.
  APPLNAME(oemput) CLUSTER( )
  COUNT(2) MOVCOUNT(0) 
  BALANCED(NOTAPPLIC)

and

dis apSTATUS('oemput') type(local)
AMQ8932I: Display application status details.
  APPLNAME(oemput) 
  CONNTAG(MQCT4509BF5D0368DB23QMA_2018-08-16_13.32.14oemput)
  CONNS(1) IMMREASN(NOTCLIENT)
  IMMCOUNT(0) IMMDATE( )
  IMMTIME( ) MOVABLE(NO)
AMQ8932I: Display application status details.
  APPLNAME(oemput) 
  CONNTAG(MQCT4509BF5D017BDB23QMA_2018-08-16_13.32.14oemput)
  CONNS(1) IMMREASN(NOTCLIENT)
  IMMCOUNT(0) IMMDATE( )
  IMMTIME( ) MOVABLE(NO)

 

There is a  different conntag for each instances of the program.  DIS QMGR QMGRID gives QMID(QMA_2018-08-16_13.32.14) .

The tags are MQCT4509BF5D017BDB23QMA_2018-08-16_13.32.14oemput and  MQCT4509BF5D0368DB23QMA_2018-08-16_13.32.14oemput.
(Thanks to eagle eyed Morag for pointing out the difference.)

2 thoughts on “Midrange now DIS APSTATUS command

  1. Actually, you don’t have the same CONNTAG for different instance of the application. The part of the CONNTAG just before the QMID is different.You have:-
    MQCT4509BF5D0368DB23
    vs
    MQCT4509BF5D017BDB23

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