How does NetMaster calculate subsystem usage to show it on WebCenter> IP Summary> SubsystemTraffic ?

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Products

CA CMDB for z/OS CA NetSpy Network Performance CA NetMaster Network Automation CA SOLVE CA NetMaster Network Management for SNA CA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP CA NetMaster File Transfer Management CA SOLVE:Operations Automation SOLVE:Access Session Management CA SOLVE:CA Mainframe Connector CA SOLVE:FTS CA SOLVE

Issue/Introduction

Description:

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.

Solution:

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.

Environment

Release: SLOPFC00200-12.1-NetMaster-File Transfer Management
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