Adding Remote Queue Manager to local cluster
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Posted By:   Duke_Nguyen
Posted On:   Thursday, June 7, 2001 06:21 PM

Hi all, I am having problems adding a remote queue manager to a local cluster. The remote queue manager is on a Solaris box while the local cluster is on a Windows 2000 machine. Adding local queue managers to the local cluster works fine, but adding remote queue managers generates a pop-up error from IBM MQSeries Explorer with the message: -------- QueueManager is not available for connection. Ensure that the queue manager is running. If the queue manager is running on another computer, ensure it is configured to accept remote connections (AMQ4043) -------- On the remote (Solaris) box: I ran it using 'strmqm QM_dev1' I ran a listener using 'runmqlsr   More>>

Hi all,

I am having problems adding a remote queue manager to a local cluster. The
remote queue manager is on a Solaris box while the local cluster is on a
Windows 2000 machine. Adding local queue managers to the local cluster
works fine, but adding remote queue managers generates a pop-up error from
IBM MQSeries Explorer with the message:
--------
QueueManager is not available for connection. Ensure that the queue manager
is running. If the queue manager is running on another computer, ensure it
is configured to accept remote connections (AMQ4043)
--------

On the remote (Solaris) box:
I ran it using 'strmqm QM_dev1'
I ran a listener using 'runmqlsr -t tcp -p 1414 -m QM_dev1'

So it should be working right? Can anyone tell me what I have to do to add
this remote queue manager to the cluster? Is there a certain thing you have
to do configure the queue manager to accept remote connections?

Please help!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much!
Duke Nguyen
dn415@ucla.edu

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Re: Adding Remote Queue Manager to local cluster

Posted By:   Tracey_Dang  
Posted On:   Monday, July 23, 2001 07:14 AM

Try : strmqscv queue-manager-name

to run the command server.

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