3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 13, 2019 2:40 PM by Adriano Gomes

    Control-M for z/OS availability report

    Andras Smeller
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      Hi there,

       

      is there any report to create for Control-M for z/OS availability? In the utility guide I didn't find any.

       

      Thanks for your answers.

      Have a nice day

       

      Br

      Andras

        • 1. Re: Control-M for z/OS availability report
          Paul Robins

          I'm not sure that this is available for any Control-M Server regardless of platform...?

          Exception alerts might give you some indication of when a Control-M Server has disconnected, but there are no recovery messages generated so that doesn't really help.

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          • 2. Re: Control-M for z/OS availability report
            Bentze Perlmutter

            Hi Andras,

             

            You can use the "data center disconnected/connected" alerts to get an idea of when Control-M for zOS was up down, but its not a full proof report.

            I.e. it indicates when the EM Gateway connected/disconnected to Control-M for zOS, but a disconnection doesn't mean 100% that Control-M for zOS was down.

            It can disconnect due to:

            - network issue between EM and zOS

            - EM issue (like EM DB full, down, broken)

            - etc.

             

            If you want a full proof report you probably want to use a third-party monitor like Mainview to monitor and report on availability of Control-M for zOS.

             

            Regards,

            Bentze

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            • 3. Re: Control-M for z/OS availability report
              Adriano Gomes

              Hi Andras Smeller

               

              I agree with Bentze Perlmutter. The same way in Control-M for Distributed you can find on proclog.save directory the history of control-M last start and end messages, you can definitely on Z/Os CONTROLM task log get the same info from CTM STC job log.

               

               

              My Best.

               

              A>Gomes

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