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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 10, 2022

Have "PING CHL" honor MCATYPE(THREAD)

Currently when issuing the "PING CHL" command MQ will spawn off a separate process even if the channel has MCATYPE(THREAD), the process looks like this:


/opt/mqm/bin/amqrcmla -m QMGRNAME -o PING -c CHANNEL.NAME -z 64

Can you make PING channel work as a thread inside the amqrmppa process instead of spawning off a separate process if MCATYPE is set to THREAD.



Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Feb 22, 2022

    While this is an interesting suggestion, it doesn't fit with our delivery plans for the next couple of years. As a result we are declining this Idea.