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PeterPotkay
PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 12:47 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

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shanms wrote:
As i told Earlier i want to monitor the queue depth ,if queue depth increase suddenly then i need to increase the queue depth.


This is useless busy work. If you can automatically increase the q depth, then just make it bigger to begin with!

Monitoring the q depth and alerting is very valuable. And its very likely your company has a suite of monitoring products that includes an MQ monitoring component already.
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Thanks Peter,my project already using monitor tool which is not compatibility with current wmq series,that's way ,i am choosing monitoring scripts.
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Thanks Vitor,

if front user inserting large data then my mq will pileup but that is also before intimation only they will insert the data,for that reason i am looking for
automation script which will give the alert queue depth.
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shanms wrote:
Thanks Vitor,

if front user inserting large data then my mq will pileup but that is also before intimation only they will insert the data,for that reason i am looking for
automation script which will give the alert queue depth.

I suspect that by the time you have received the warning, and reacted to it, it will be too late. PeterPotkay's suggestion is a good one, follow it.
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exerk wrote:
shanms wrote:
Thanks Vitor,

if front user inserting large data then my mq will pileup but that is also before intimation only they will insert the data,for that reason i am looking for
automation script which will give the alert queue depth.

I suspect that by the time you have received the warning, and reacted to it, it will be too late. PeterPotkay's suggestion is a good one, follow it.




By the time this script has alerted you to the fact the queue is piling up & you've reacted it will be full.
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