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  • One other note here. I did some more testing, and it looks like runmqsc on Linux does set the return code correctly when it encounters issues. Here is an example of a good run where runmqsc runs successfully and the subsequent "echo $?" has a 0 return ...

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    RE: SNI and MQIPT

    Thanks Josh - have done. Shame they haven't done it themselves already - seems like a big thing to miss out on IMO and probably not that hard to fix. ah well. cheers, john. ------------------------------ John Hawkins TallJHawkins Consulting Ltd -- ...

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    RE: SNI and MQIPT

    Hi John, Please vote on this RFE: RFE 127800: MQIPT (MS81) TLS Server Name Indication (SNI) Pass-through Support This is to request IBM add SNI passthrough support. ------------------------------ Josh McIver ------------------------------

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  • Checking runmqsc Status Codes with Unix Scripting One of the things that is easy to overlook with Unix scripting is checking the status code of a command. For example, if you use the runmqsc -c (client) command in a script, it is a good idea ...

  • Measuring IBM MQ Distributed API Response Time with Activity Trace If you have the need to find out the MQ application response time for certain MQ API calls (e.g. MQPUT, MQGET, etc.) on a distributed IBM MQ queue manager, a good option is ...

  • For some years now, IBM MQ for z/OS has supported the TLS 1.2, TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0 protocols. To maintain consistency with IBM MQ on distributed platforms, IBM MQ for z/OS V9.2.0 adds support for the TLS 1.3 protocol. TLS 1.3 & Alias CipherSpecs ...

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  • This is part of a series of small blog posts which will cover some of the smaller, perhaps less likely to be noticed, features of IBM MQ. Read other posts in this series . I asked the team during the recent "IBM MQ: Ask Us Anything" event, what their ...

  • Following the recent announcement of IBM MQ version 9.2 , I am pleased to say that the IBM MQ for z/OS version 9.2 performance report is also now available. The report shows that when migrating to 9.2, the performance of existing workloads will ...

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