Step programs not included in shipped MIMIX procedures - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

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Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
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1999
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Table 121 includes step programs for application groups that are shipped with MIMIX but not included in a procedure. These steps can be added to a procedure as needed:

Step programs for application groups

Step /

Step Pro­gram Name

Step Description

Where Step Runs

    Type Node

MXAPYTGTSS

Apply captured target system settings to backup

This step applies system settings that were captured on the target node to the new backup node.

Data Group

Primary

MXCAPSSSRC

Capture source system settings with immediate apply

This step captures the source system settings for an immediate apply on the target node.

Data Group

Primary

MXDLY60

Delay job for 60 seconds.

This step delays the procedure for 60 seconds.

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Application Group

Local

MXENDRAG

End a related application group

This step initiates the end of a related application group.

Note: This step is available on systems running MIMIX 9.0.18.00 or higher. To use this step, you must update its program source to identify the name of the related application group to be ended by a controlling application group, and the step must be added to the procedure for the controlling application group.

Application Group

Local

MXSTRDBS

Starts data group database source jobs.

This step starts the database replication processes on the source node starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

Data Group

Local

MXSTRDBT

Starts data group database target jobs.

This step starts the database replication processes on the target node starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

Data Group

Local

MXSTRDGDB

Starts data group database jobs.

This step starts the database replication processes starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

Data Group

Local

MXSTRDGUNP

Starts data groups during unplanned cluster switch.

This step starts data group at the last processed entry for both receiver and sequence for an unplanned cluster switch. Communication errors are ignored. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

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Data Group

New Primary

MXSTRDGOBJ

Starts data group object jobs.

This step starts the object replication processes starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

Data Group

Local

MXSTROBJS

Starts data group object source jobs.

This step starts the object replication processes on the source node starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

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Data Group

Local

MXSTROBJT

Starts data group object target jobs.

This step starts the object replication processes on the target node starting with the last processed entry for the receiver and sequence number. If a data group cannot be started because it requires pending entries to be cleared, a second start request is issued which clears pending entries.

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Data Group

Local

MXSTRRAG

Start a related application group

This step initiates the start of a related application group.

Note: This step is available on systems running MIMIX 9.0.18.00 or higher. To use this step, you must update its program source to identify the name of the related application group to be started by a controlling application group, and the step must be added to the procedure for the controlling application group.

Application Group

Local

MXSWTRAGP

Start a planned switch of a related app. group

This step initiates the planned switch of a related application group.

Note: This step is available on systems running MIMIX 9.0.18.00 or higher. To use this step, you must update its program source to identify the name of the related application group to be switched by a controlling application group, and the step must be added to the SWTPLAN procedure for the controlling application group.

Application Group

Local

MXSWTRAGUN

Start an unplanned switch of a related app. group

This step initiates the unplanned switch of a related application group.

Note: This step is available on systems running MIMIX 9.0.18.00 or higher. To use this step, you must update its program source to identify the name of the related application group to be switched by a controlling application group, and the step must be added to the SWTUNPLAN procedure for the controlling application group.

Application Group

Local

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