IBM WebSphere MQ Queue Attributes

You set the following queue attributes using the MQSC command ALTER QMGR PERFMEV(ENABLED):

Measurement
Set Event Attributes
Event - Queue Depth High
  • QDEPTHHI(integer) - where integer is a value expressed as a percentage of maximum messages allowed, and is in the range of 0 to 100 inclusive.

  • QDPHIEV(action) - where action is the word "ENABLED" or "DISABLED", enabling or disabling the generation of the event, respectively.

Event - Queue Depth Low
To enable the event for a queue, the following attributes of the queue must be set:
  • QDEPTHLO(integer) - where integer is a value expressed as a percentage of maximum messages allowed, and is in the range of 0 to 100 inclusive.

  • QDPLOEV(action) - where action is the word "ENABLED" or "DISABLED", enabling or disabling the generation of the event, respectively.

Event - Queue Full
  • QDEPTHHI(integer) – where integer is a value expressed as a percentage of maximum messages allowed, and is in the range of 0 to 100 inclusive.

  • QDPMAXEV(action) – where action is the word "ENABLED" or "DISABLED", enabling or disabling the generation of the event, respectively.

Event - Queue Service Interval High
  • QSVCINT(integer) – where integer is a value expressed as milliseconds, in the range of 0 and 999,,999, inclusive. Note: this value is shared with Queue Service Interval OK.

  • QSVCIEV(type) – where type is the word "HIGH", "OK", or "NONE", enabling service interval high events, enabling service interval ok events, or disabling the generation of the event, respectively.

Event - Queue Service Interval OK
  • QSVCINT(integer) – where integer is a value expressed as milliseconds, in the range of 0 and 999,999,999, inclusive. Note: this value is shared with Queue Service Interval High.

  • QSVCIEV(type) – where type is the word "HIGH", "OK", or "NONE", enabling service interval high events, enabling service interval ok events, or disabling the generation of the event, respectively.

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