Converting to default cooperative processing for files - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

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Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
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In configurations that use default cooperative processing, objects of type *FILE (LF, PF source and data) are replicated using primarily user journal replication processes. This configuration is the most efficient way to process these files. Newly created data groups and data group entries created with shipped command defaults are automatically configured to use default cooperative processing for files.

You can use either set of instructions in this topic to change a data group configuration from using legacy cooperative processing to using default cooperative processing for files. (Default cooperative processing may also be known as MIMIX Dynamic Apply.)

Both sets of instructions are only valid for a data group that uses single-threaded database apply processing and will not convert the data group to use multithreaded database apply processing.

It is recommended that you contact your Certified MIMIX Consultant for assistance before performing this procedure.

Requirements: Before starting, consider the following:

  • Any data group to be converted must already be configured to use remote journaling.

  • Any data group to be converted must have *SYSJRN specified as the value of Cooperative journal (COOPJRN).

  • A minimum level of IBM i PTFs are required on both systems. For a complete list of required and recommended IBM PTFs, log in to Support and refer to the Technical Documents page.

  • The conversion must be performed from the management system. The data group must be active when starting the conversion.

For additional information about configuration requirements and limitations of default cooperative processing for files, see Identifying logical and physical files for replication.