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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 3, 2022

Count the number of expired messages in the SMF record even if they are discarded by EXPRYINT processing or from a REFRESH QMGR TYPE(EXPIRY) command.

We know that on MQ for z/OS®, messages that have expired are discarded by the next appropriate MQGET call. So several customers especify a periodic scan by using EXPRYINT.

In the SCSQMACS(CSQDWQ) we have SMF type 116 control block lay-out with GETEXMSG field. This field give us the number of expired messages processed during MQGETs, but it only includes expired messages discarded by a MQGET issued by client applications.

Our idea is count every expired message, because it is un important information to mesure if applications are a running in satisfary speed.


Idea priority High
  • Admin
    Matthew Leming
    Jun 27, 2022

    This lines up with future plans in this area.