Sites wanting to convert the ACFVSAM reserve can remove the following line
from the GRS exclude list recommendations
RNLDEF RNL(EXCL) TYPE(GENERIC) QNAME(ACFVSAM)
This removes the exclusion of ACFVSAM. The EXCLude list means that any
resource named is treated as a "local" resource if an ENQ, DEQ, or RESERVE
macro instruction specifies a scope of SYSTEMS.
Removing this entry alone does NOT convert the reserve, that is what the
RNLDEF RNL(CON) does.
The IBM doc for GDPS (Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex) includes
a generic RNL(CON):
RNLDEF RNL(CON) TYPE(PATTERN) QNAME(*)
which converts ALL reserves to global enqueues. In this case, only the
removal of the ACFVSAM exclude is needed .
The ENQDSN parameter of the CAIACFxx parmlib member can be used to change the enq names.
This does not have anything to do with the conversion of
the reserve. It allows for multiple systems to be more specific when
global enqs are being used. Instead of the ENQ being for ACFVSAM.LOGONIDS
it will be for ACFVSAM.name.of.logonids.database .
If you are only sharing one set of databases you do not need this parameter,
if you have multiple sets, you do.