Monday, December 22, 2014

Prevent and solve queuing issues in Tivoli Workload Scheduler

In this article I've talked about Tivoli Workload Scheduler message queues and how they work as input queue for TWS processes.
In large and busy environment these message files can start growing creating delay issues.

I've just published with Paolo Salerno a new article on developerworks about monitoring message files, detect issues and a new feature introduced with 9.2 FP1 that allows TWS administrators to  prevent and solve delays issues monitoring how much of the mailman capacity is used and which workstation should be moved under a mailman server to have a more reliable environment.

The article is available here:

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