This document describes updates to the IBM® Tivoli® OMEGAMON XE for DB2® Performance Expert and Performance Monitor on z/OS Configuration and Customization manual, GH12-6998-00, for Version 5.2.0.
- Update 1: Update relating to subtask commands to the Event Collection Manager in PK90683 (December 2013)
- Update 2: Technote title changed in instructions for downloading the program files in PI13916 (March 2014)
Update 1: Up date relating to subtask commands to the Event Collection Manager in PK90683 (December 2013)
Subtask commands to the Event Collection Manager
You can issue specific subtask commands to the Event Collection Manager subtask (EVENTMGR). The subtask commands must be preceded by the MODIFY command of the OMEGAMON Collector.
Specific subtask commands are:
Starts the object and volume analysis collectors for one or more DB2® subsystems. The DB2 subsystems are specified by subsystem IDs.
Requirement: If you specify more than one DB2 ID, you must enclose the string in parentheses.
You can use this parameter with the START and MODIFY commands for the Event Collection Manager. Use the MODIFY command if the Event Collection Manager is already started.
F cccccccc,START EVENTMGR
F cccccccc,F EVENTMGR,START DB2=(db2ssid1,db2ssid2,...db2ssidn)
- cccccccc is the started task name that you specify for the OMEGAMON Collector during the configuration within the Configuration Tool
- db2ssid is the identifier of the DB2 subsystem for which object and volume analysis collectors should be started
Update 2: Technote title changed in instructions for downloading the program files in PI13916 (March 2014)
In chapter 17, there are three sections explaining how to download the program files of Performance Expert Agent (Windows, UNIX and Linux) and Performance Expert Client. The download instructions are contained in a technote and the title of this technote changed from "OMPE: web-based delivery and updates for Windows- and UNIX-based components" to "OMEGAMON XE for DB2 PE/PM: web-based delivery and updates for Windows- and UNIX-based components."