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Cross platform scheduling question

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Article ID: 189510

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Products

CA 7 Workload Automation

Issue/Introduction

How to determine what UUJMA or AUTOSYS nodes that CA 7 can schedule job on and when the last time a job was scheduled to the nodes?

Environment

Release : 11.3, 12.0 and 12.1

Component : CA-7

Resolution

You can issue the "NODE" command to the Tracker task. The Tracker task can run 3 different ways. Below the describe the different methods of running the Tracker and how to issue the "NODE" command to each:
 
1- Tracker running  as a subtask of CA 7. Issue CA 7 top line command below and the output will be written to the XPRINT DD statement in the CA 7 STC
 
   /XTASK,M=(CMD,TRACKER,NODE)

2- Tracker running as a subtask of ICOM. Issue OS modify command below to the ICOM task and the output will be written to the XPRINT DD statement in the ICOM task.

   F icom,XTRK=NODE
 
3- Tracker running as a standalone started task (STC). Issue OS modify command below to the Tracker STC and the output will be written to the XPRINT DD statement in the task
 
   F taskname,NODE 

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Below is a sample output from the NODE command:
 
CAL2X156I LINUX120... ACTIVE      2020/122 15:13:23.54  2019/364 15:06:02.59
CAL2X156I LINUX121... ACTIVE      2020/122 15:13:23.54  2017/041 09:48:42.83
CAL2X156I WINSVR1... NO CONTACT  2016/195 15:06:57.56  0000/000 00:00:00.00
CAL2X156I AUTOSYS... NO CONTACT  2016/195 15:06:57.56  0000/000 00:00:00.00

Additional Information

The NODE value represents the CCI node name and may not be the actual server node name. To determine the server node name check the CCITCPGW or CCISSLGW started task and find the NODE value returned from the command listed above.