When WebCenter is first accessed, the initial screen contains option 'IP Traffic Summary' (under fields User Name and Password). If 'IP Traffic Summary' is clicked on, the presented screen has a section with the headline 'Subsystem Traffic.' We explain how the relevant application names are obtained, so that percentages can be calculated.
To get the subsystem application names, we use an internal command--ASINFO. The ASINFO format for 'DB2,' 'CICS,' 'IMS' and 'MQ' are:
/* /* Find DB2 address spaces /* intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=DSNYASCP' /* /* Find CICS address spaces /* intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=DFHSIP' /* /* Find IMS address spaces /* intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=DFSMVRC0' intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=DFSRRC00' /* /* Find MQ address spaces /* intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=CSQXJST' intcmd '-SHOW ASINFO PRIVATE PGMNAME=CSQYASCP'
Note: 'Other' includes TCP traffic not done by DB2, CICS, IMS or MQ, plus all traffic from IP protocols other than TCP. There can be a large percentage of non-TCP traffic, particularly if EE (UDP) is being used.
Release: SLOPFC00200-12.1-NetMaster-File Transfer Management