RPL.STATUS

RPL.STATUS

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The RPL.STATUS command displays a summary of the replication system status.

 

 

Format

 

RPL.STATUS

 

 

The RPL.STATUS command is normally only present in the VOC of the QMSYS account but it can be copied to other accounts if needed.

 

The report produced by this command has two sections:

 

The first section shows information relating to the system as a publisher. This is the settings of the REPLDIR and REPLPORT configuration parameters followed by a list of the servers to which data is being published. A system is shown if there is a replication log directory for that server. Where a system is no longer used as a replication target, it will continue to be shown until the replication log directory is deleted. For each system, the report shows it as active (subscriber phantom on the remote system is running) or inactive (subscriber phantom not running). It will also show a warning if there is a backlog of replication updates.

 

The second section shows information relating to the system as a subscriber. This is the setting of the REPLSRVR configuration parameter followed by a list of the systems from which the local server is subscribing updates. This shows the remote server name and the QM user number of the subscriber phantom.

 

 

Example

 

Information about this system as a publisher

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Replication log location (REPLDIR): /media/ssd/repldir

Listening port (REPLPORT): 4244

 

Publishing to:

  LBS1 (inactive)

  LBS21 (active)

  ZSRVR (active)

 

 

Information about this system as a subscriber

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Subscriber server name (REPLSRVR): LBS20

 

Subscribing from:

  LBS1 (local user 3)

  LBS21 (local user 393)

 

 

See also:
Replication