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3. To effect the change, run:
JnextPlan –for 0000
Check that the event rule is now being processed correctly. If not, go to
Step 2: Is the workstation enabled for event processing?.
Step 2: Is the workstation enabled for event processing?
Check that the workstation is enabled for event processing. By default the
master domain manager and backup master domain manager are enabled
for event processing, but the default value might have been changed.
Perform the following steps:
1. View the localopts file on the master domain manager with a text
editor or viewer, and check for the following entry:
can be event processor = yes
If the value is "yes", go to Step 3: Is the event processor installed, up
and running, and correctly configured?.
2. Action: If the value is "no", set it to "yes". Save the localopts file and
stop and start Tivoli Workload Scheduler. Check that the event rule is
now being processed correctly. If not, go to Step 3: Is the event
processor installed, up and running, and correctly configured?.
Step 3: Is the event processor installed, up and running, and correctly
configured?
1. Start conman.
2. Issue the showcpus command:
%sc @!@
You will see the following output:
CPUID
CPU_MASTER
FTA1
RUN NODE
11 *WNT
11 WNT
LIMIT FENCE DATE
TIME STATE
METHOD
MASTER
0
0 09/03/07 09:51
I JW MDEA
FTA
0
0
LT
DOMAIN
MASTERDM
MASTERDM
3. Check the STATE field for the presence of an M, a D, and an E
(uppercase). In the example, the STATE field has a value of I JW
MDEA, and the MDE is highlighted. If all are present, the event
processor is installed, up and running, and correctly configured; go to
Step 9: Is the SSM agent running (for rules with FileMonitor
plug-in-related events only?).
4. Actions: If one or more of M, D, and E are not present, perform one or
more of the following actions until they are all present:
The STATE field has neither an uppercase E nor a lowercase e
If there is neither an uppercase E nor a lowercase e, the event
processor is not installed. The event processor is installed by
default on the master domain manager and backup master
domain manager. If you are working on either, then the
installation did not complete correctly. Collect the log files in
the <TWA_home>/TWS/stdlist directory and contact IBM
Software Support for assistance.
The STATE field has a lowercase e
If the STATE field has a lower case e, the event processor is
installed but not running. Start the event processor using the
conman startevtproc command, or the Dynamic Workload
Console. If you use conman, for example, you will see the
following output:
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Tivoli Workload Scheduler: Troubleshooting Guide