Removing a remote journaling environment - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

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Assure MIMIX™ Software
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10.0
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Assure MIMIX
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Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
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2023
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1999
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Use this procedure when you want to remove a remote journaling environment that you no longer need. This procedure removes configuration elements and system objects necessary for data group replication with remote journaling.

  1. Verify that the remote journal link is not used by any data group. Use Identifying data groups that use an RJ link.

    If you identify a data group that uses the remote journal link, check with your MIMIX administrator and determine how to proceed. Possible courses of action are:

    •  If the data group is being converted to use MIMIX send processing or if the data group will no longer be used, perform a controlled end of the data group. When the data group is ended, continue with Step 2 of this procedure.

    • If the data group needs to remain operable using remote journaling, do not continue with this procedure.

      Attention: Do not continue with this procedure if you identified a data group that uses the remote journal link and the data group must continue to be operational. This procedure removes configuration elements and system objects necessary for replication with remote journaling

  2. End the remote journal link and verify that it has a state value of *INACTIVE before you continue. Refer to topics “Ending a remote journal link independently” and “Checking status of a remote journal link” in the Assure MIMIX Operations book.

  3. From the management system, do the following to remove the connection to the remote journal:

    1. Access the journal definitions for the data group whose environment you want to change. From the Work with Data Groups display, type a 45 (Journal definitions) next to the data group that you want and press Enter.

    2. Type a 12 (Work with RJ links) next to either journal definition you want and press Enter. You can select either the source or target journal definition.

    3. From the Work with RJ Links display, type a 15 (Remove RJ connection) next to the link that you want and press Enter.

      Note: Note:If more than one RJ link is available for the data group, ensure that you choose the link you want.
    4. A confirmation display appears. To continue removing the connections for the selected links, press Enter.

  4. From the Work with RJ Links display, do the following to delete the target system objects associated with the RJ link:

    1. Type a 24 (Delete target jrn environment) next to the link that you want and press Enter.

    2. A confirmation display appears. To continue deleting the journal, its associated message queue, the journal receiver, and to remove the connection to the source journal receiver, press Enter.

  5. Delete the target journal definition using topic Deleting a definition. When you delete the target journal definition, its link to the source journal definition is removed.

  6. Use option 4 (Delete) on the Work with Monitors display to delete the RJLNK monitors which have the same name as the RJ link.