MS62 provides a Perl script that can be used to either compress, gzip or delete linear logfiles that are no longer needed by MQSeries.
This SupportPac provides a Perl script that can be used to either compress, gzip or delete linear logfiles that are no longer needed by MQSeries.
In a Unix environment, this script could be run nightly from cron (along with a rcdmqimg) to delete unnecessary logfiles.
Note: This script attempts to do a potentially dangerous thing: remove files that a Queue Manager uses for recovery. If a file that the Queue Manager still needs is inadvertently deleted, then the Queue Manager will not restart. For this reason, the script has three options: to unlink (delete) unneeded logfiles, to compress (.Z) unneeded logfiles, and to gzip (.gz) unneeded logfiles. Gzip is the default so that if the script makes a mistake and thinks it should delete a logfile that the queue manager needs, the file will not be permanently removed. gunzip can be used to restore the file and the queue manager should restart.
New in this Release
The following changes have been made in this release:
• Documentation updates.
Author: Shelden & Associates Inc, USA
Last Updated: 01Mar12
Current Version: 2.0.1
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This SupportPac requires:
» Perl 5
» WebSphere MQ V6.0, V7.0 or V7.1 on supported UNIX or NT platform
Note: The SupportPac has been tested on AIX 3.2.5 with a V2 Queue Manager and on Solaris with a V5 Queue Manager and on NT with a V5 Queue Manager. It should work on any MQSeries supported UNIX or NT platform.
To install the SupportPac in a UNIX environment:
1. Create an empty directory and make it current.
2. Download ms62.tar.gz as a binary file to this directory
3. Execute uncompress -fv ms62.tar.gz.
4. Execute tar -xvf ms62.tar.
5. Execute rm ms62.tar.
6. This will create the necessary files.
7. Follow the comments in the README.html file for instructions on usage.
To install the SupportPac in a Windows environment:
1. Create an empty directory and make it current
2. Download ms62.zip as a binary file to this directory
3. Uncompress using InfoZip's Unzip
4. This will create the necessary files.
5. Follow the comments in the README.html file for instructions on usage
|Download||RELEASE DATE||LANGUAGE||SIZE(Bytes)||Download Options|
|ms62.tar.gz||01 Mar 2012||US English||9504||FTP|
|ms62.tar.Z||20 Dec 2002||US English||16980||FTP|
|ms62.zip||12 Jun 2006||US English||13129||FTP|
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