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Need configurable tuning parameter via qm.ini to suppress TCP/IP bad data FDCs
Our Enterprise MQ Queue Managers have a need to constantly be scanned by security scanning software and certificate managers that frequently create a large number of rrcE_BAD_DATA_RECEIVED FDCs, which in turn fills up the /var/mqm/errors file system.
The details in the FDC are always: Component :- cciInvalidDataReceived Program Name :- amqrmppa Major Errorcode :- rrcE_BAD_DATA_RECEIVED Probe Description :- AMQ9207: The data received from host 'xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' on channel '????' is not valid.
We would like to have a qm.ini tuning parameter setting to have these FDCs suppressed.
We understand that there is an APAR to set an environment variable - https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/apar/IT30348
However there are cases such as systemd startup units where it is difficult to properly set a ENV variable on startup. Having it in the qm.ini as a tuning parameter is a better option to ensure it is picked up when the queue manager is started, no matter the method.
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