Further information on SOLVE:Operations Automation Health Check states ACTIVE(ENABLED) and ACTIVE(DISABLED)

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Issue/Introduction

Introduction:

 

A list of SOLVE:Operations Automation Health Checks shows 2 kinds of states:

ACTIVE(ENABLED)

ACTIVE(DISABLED)

 

Instructions:

 

IBM publication IBM Health Checker for z/OS User's Guide explains these states--and others.

The section 'Understanding check state and status' covers the following Health Check states:

 

ACTIVE(ENABLED) or AE

ACTIVE(DISABLED) or AD

INACTIVE(ENABLED) or IE

INACTIVE(DISABLED) or ID

 

Additional Information:

 

A direct link to section 'Understanding check state and status' on the IBM publication follows:

https://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSLTBW_2.1.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r1.e0zl100/e0z3l1_ACTIVE_DISABLED__and_INACTIVE_ENABLED__-_understanding_check_state_combinations.htm

 

For example: Let us assume that the SOLVE:Operations Automation region name CSNMA started up

successfully. The following set of CSNMA Health Checks is listed using CA SYSVIEW command HC:

 

Cmd Name                                          UState     SState         Status

___   [email protected]                   ACTIVE   ENABLED   SUCCESSFUL

___   [email protected]         ACTIVE   ENABLED   SUCCESSFUL

___   [email protected]         ACTIVE   ENABLED   SUCCESSFUL

___   [email protected]                     ACTIVE   ENABLED   SUCCESSFUL

___   [email protected]                  ACTIVE   ENABLED   SUCCESSFUL

 

The UState is the User State. The SState is the System State.
 
When both states are ACTIVE(ENABLED), then the check is ready and able to run. All others states will cause the check not run.
 

 

Environment

Release: SLOPEM00200-11.9-SOLVE:Operations-Automation
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