Configuring an automated switch - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Monitor Reference

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Integrate
Product family
Assure
Product
Assure MIMIX™ Software
Version
10.0
Language
English
Product name
Assure MIMIX
Title
Assure MIMIX Monitor Reference
Copyright
2023
First publish date
1999
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2024-03-12
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2024-03-12T10:35:16.085994

To set up an automated switch environment using MIMIX Model Switch Framework, perform the following:

  1. Run the Create Switch Framework (CRTSWTFWK) command to create the MIMIX Model Switch Framework definition for your switching environment.

  2. Edit the MIMIX Model Switch Framework user exit programs to make them specific for the systems involved with the switch. These programs are described in MIMIX Model Switch Framework user exit programs.

  3. Edit the MSFEVENT event program to ensure it is applicable to your switching environment. This program is shipped with the MIMIX Model Switch Framework and is located in file MMTEMPLSRC in the MIMIX installation library.

  4. Run the Create Switch Definition (CRTSWTDFN) command to create a MIMIX Monitor switch definition and specify EVTPGM(MSFEVENT). Enter option 12 on the Work with Switch Definitions (WRKSWT) display, next to the switch definition you just created to work with the monitor definitions associated with it.

  5. Create the monitors that will control your switching environment. Refer to the subclass information in Interval monitors (*INTERVAL).

  6. Return to the Work with Switch Definitions (WRKSWT) display and start the switch definition. This will also start the monitors that control your MIMIX Model Switch Framework definition.

  7. To enable the switch framework to be used with MIMIX Switch Assistant or with the switching option on the MIMIX Basic Main Menu, the framework created in Step 1 must be specified as the value of the Default model switch framework (DFTMSF) policy for the installation. For detailed information about setting policies, see the Assure MIMIX Operations book.