I'm installing Endevor and I need to know how to set-up my MIMS or GRS Queues?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

This document describes how to set-up MIMS and GRS queues.

Background:

If your site has multiple CPUs sharing DASD, you have to define queue names.

Environment:
CA SCM EndevorCA MIIIBM GRS
Instructions:

CA Multi-image Integrity (CA MII) ENQ Management Definitions for CA Endevor:

CA MII has two operating modes, ALLSYSTEMS mode and SELECT mode. The ENQ management definitions for CA Endevor that you will need to place in CA MII's MIMQNAME Parmlib member will depend on which mode CA MII is operating.

To determine which operating mode your active CA MII address space is running in, issue the CA-MIM "F MIM,D INIT" command and review the results.

Specifically, you will want review the MIM1019I command response message to determine whether you have PROCESS=ALLSYSTEMS or PROCESS=SELECT in effect.

CA Multi-image Integrity (CA MII) ALLSYSTEMS MODE Processing Mode

The following are CA Endevor ENQ management definitions when running CA MII ALLSYSTEMS mode.

CTLIELEM GDIF=YES,     
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,
         EXEMPT=NO,    
         ECMF=YES,     
         RPTAFTER=30,  
         RPTCYCLE=60   
                       
CTLIPROC GDIF=YES,     
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,
         EXEMPT=NO,    
         ECMF=YES,     
         RPTAFTER=30,  
         RPTCYCLE=60
 
ENDEVOR  GDIF=YES,      
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS, 
         EXEMPT=NO,     
         ECMF=YES,      
         RPTAFTER=30,   
         RPTCYCLE=60
   
SPFEDIT  GDIF=YES,           
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,              
         EXEMPT=YES,                 
         ECMF=YES,                   
         RPTAFTER=0,                 
         RPTCYCLE=60
              
SYSIEWLP GDIF=YES,     
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,
         EXEMPT=NO,    
         ECMF=YES,     
         RPTAFTER=30,  
         RPTCYCLE=60 

CA Multi-image Integrity (CA MII) SELECT Processing Mode

The following are CA Endevor ENQ management definitions when running CA MII SELECT mode.

CTLIELEM GDIF=YES,        
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,   
         EXEMPT=NO,       
         ECMF=YES,        
         RPTAFTER=30,     
         RPTCYCLE=60      
                          
CTLIMSTR GDIF=YES,        
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,   
         EXEMPT=NO,       
         ECMF=NO          
                          
CTLIPROC GDIF=YES,        
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,   
         EXEMPT=NO,       
         ECMF=YES,        
         RPTAFTER=30,     
         RPTCYCLE=60
 
ENDEVOR  GDIF=YES,     
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,
         EXEMPT=NO,    
         ECMF=YES,     
         RPTAFTER=30,  
         RPTCYCLE=60
  
SPFEDIT  GDIF=YES,            
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,             
         EXEMPT=YES,                
         ECMF=YES,                  
         RPTAFTER=0,                
         RPTCYCLE=60
            
SYSIEWLP GDIF=YES,       
         SCOPE=SYSTEMS,  
         EXEMPT=NO,      
         ECMF=YES,       
         RPTAFTER=30,    
         RPTCYCLE=60 

GRS DEFINITIONS FOR ENDEVOR:

There should be no reason to have the INCL (include) statements since a global enqueue is also issued along with the RESERVE. Using the CON will convert the RESERVE so there is no hardware RESERVE on the volume and by default GRS will include the SCOPE=SYSTEMS enqueue for global propagation. Only the QNAMES of SPFEDIT, SYSIEWLP, ENDEVOR and CTLIMSTR are used with RESERVE with SCOPE=SYSTEMS + UCB Locks. The remaining QNAMES, CTLIPROC, ENDEVOR and CTLIELEM are used with ENQUEUE with SCOPE=SYSTEMS.

/*********************************************************/
/*          RESOURCE NAME LIST FOR CA-ENDEVOR            */
/*********************************************************/
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIELEM)            
RNLDEF RNL(INCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIELEM)            
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIMSTR)            
RNLDEF RNL(INCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIMSTR)            
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIPROC)            
RNLDEF RNL(INCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(CTLIPROC)            
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(ENDEVOR)             
RNLDEF RNL(INCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(ENDEVOR)             
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(SPFEDIT)             
RNLDEF RNL(INCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(SPFEDIT)             
RNLDEF RNL(CON)  TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(SYSIEWLP)

            
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