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What are the valid values for RESOURCE (RSCE) when it comes to individual WebSphere MQ buffer pool monitoring?

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Article ID: 41294

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Products

SYSVIEW Performance Management NXBRIDGE - SYSVIEW/ENDEVOR

Issue/Introduction

Introduction: 

We would like to monitor individual WebSphere MQ buffer pools for exhaustion condition. 

Question: 

What are the valid values for the RESOURCE (RSCE) parameter in a threshold definition when it comes to individual WebSphere MQ buffer pool monitoring?

Environment:  

CA SYSVIEW 14.0 and CA SYSVIEW 14.1

Answer: 

The RESOURCE value for metrics related to WebSphere MQ Buffer Pools is specified as the buffer pool ID. 
To identify the individual Buffer pool you can specify the numeric value of the buffer pool ID. 
Existing buffer pool information can be viewed on the command: MQBUFFER 
Additionally, if you are ever unsure as to the resource for any metric, issue the following command: MQALERTS ALL 
This will display all collected metrics, and you will be able to see the data values representing the resources. 

Additional Information:

You can find info about MQBUFFER or MQALERT commands using HELP command from CA SYSVIEW panel.

Environment

Release: FAQSO.00200-14.1-SYSVIEW-Performance Management
Component: