About MarkDelaney

Mark Delaney is a principal consultant for SYSTEMSMANAGED Ltd.

Preparing ITM to Omnibus Event Integration

EIF Probe Swings and Roundabouts Nice to see some steps are being made in making the installation and configuration of components such as probes much more easier. Trying to get something as simple as getting a probe installed and and running could sometimes turn into a 2-hour long swearing session, only for you to spot [...]

By |19 March 2011|ITM, Omnibus|0 Comments

Getting Started With Omnibus 7.3.1

On The Road Again Not much time free due to workload since I last got to take a look at Omnibus 7.3.1, but I have been able to snatch bits of time here and there. I made an earlier blog post praising the ESF deployment files that are supplied with Omnibus 7.3.1 which allow you [...]

By |19 March 2011|Omnibus|0 Comments

Changing The User An ITM Agent Runs As

There are occasions where you want to run an agent under a particular userid, and not the one that was used to install the product. The ITM agent for MQ, for example, needs to run under the mqm account and similarly the ITM for DB2 agent must run under the instance owner, otherwise no data [...]

By |10 March 2011|ITM|1 Comment

Full Message File Takes Down MDM/DM

If an agent becomes inaccessible from the Master Domain Manager or a Domain Manager, the manager will queue messages in it's pobox directory until connectivity is restored. If an agent is unavailable for a long time, the message files can fill up and breach the default 10MB maximum size. When this happens, batchman on the [...]

By |10 March 2011|TWS|1 Comment

Multi-tiered Omnibus Architecture Deployment

I've done a few Omnibus deployments over the years but have often found the rollout of a multi-tiered environment involved some tedious planning sections to ensure the naming conventions used for the various components were correctly added to the props files of each distributed server. An architecture that can span 6 or more machines needs [...]

By |10 March 2011|Omnibus|0 Comments