How to verify if CCI works between 2 nodes.

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CA Compress Data Compression for MVS CA Compress Data Compression for Fujitsu CA Unicenter Job Management Option CA Unicenter NSM

Issue/Introduction

Run following tests to see if CCI works between 2 nodes (example: NodeA and NodeB)

  1. check if you can ping nodeB from nodeA and vice versa

On Windows:

  1. run command 'ccicntrl status' and check if the services (Transport, NR-Server and Remote) are up and running

  2. if not, run command 'ccicntrl start'

  3. On nodeA, run command 'ccir' + press enter (this node is in cci receive mode)

  4. On nodeB, run command 'ccis nodeA 5' + press enter. 5 test messages are being send thru cci to nodeA who is in cci receiver node

  5. On nodeA, you will get 5 test messages in the ccir window

  6. If not, you will see some cci error message on the ccis window

  7. Perform same test in the other direction.

On Unix:

  1. run command 'unifstat' and check if CCI processes are up and running

  2. if not, run command 'unicntrl start cci'

  3. On nodeA, run ./$CAIGLBL0000/cci/bin/ccir + press enter (this node is in cci receive mode)

  4. On nodeB, run ./$CAIGLBL0000/cci/bin/ccis nodeA 5 + press enter. 5 test messages are being send thru cci to nodeA who is in cci receive mode

  5. Check if test messages arrives and/or if you get any error message

  6. Perform same test in the other direction

You can run these commands between Windows and Unix.

Environment

Release: TNGEXO05500-11.1-Management-for Microsoft Exchange
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