• August 12, 2020

Where is my iCluster sync check report?

Experienced iCluster users know how to find or create the sync check report, but newer users may wonder where it is. Remember that the default for all sync check commands is to place the results in a database file not to *PRINT! The files where the sync results live are located in the iCluster product library (usually ICLUSTER) and are called:

  • DMSCRUN                   Sync check run id file
  • DMSCBSFDTL             Sync check detail for IFS objects
  • DMSCBSFOBJ             Sync check BSF Object File
  • DMSCNTVDTL            Sync check detail native objects
  • DMSCNTVOBJ            Sync check native object file

You can run your own queries on these files or you can just run the DMSCRPT command to produce spooled output. The results will appear on all nodes under your user profile with file name DMSCRPT and user data of DMSCRPT.

DMSCRPT      WRKSPLF DMSCRPT

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    Ram Reply

    April 27, 2020 at 10:33 am

    Hi, Can we start sync check of group at both primary and secondary system?

    would that result in any problem? Also how to end and start Sync check because my sync check is running longer than usual, Thanks

  • Mark Watts

    Mark Watts Reply

    May 5, 2020 at 11:11 am

    Hi RAM,

    Thank you for your question. As a user and customer of Rocket Software, don’t forget you can always open a question directly through our support portal.

    Depending on your desired initiation result, you can initiate a synchronicity check on either node, primary or backup, using command DMSTRSC. You can request these on demand from the command line, within a job scheduler or custom CLP or using option 54 next to the replication group name in the monitor.

    There is also a command for ENDHASC to end an active sync check. More details are available in the command help.

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