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Version 6. Published: December level 6. Copyrights, Trademarks, and Notices. Product conventions. Menus and commands. Accessing online help. Publication conventions. Formatting for displays and commands. Sources for additional information. How to contact us. Chapter 1. MIMIX overview. MIMIX concepts. Auditing overview.

MIMIX policies. Considerations when choosing policy values. Setting policies - general. To change existing installation policies. To change policies for a data group. To reset a data group-level policy to use the installation level value.

Policy descriptions. Policies for recovery during replication. Errors handled by automatic database recovery. Errors handled by automatic object recovery. Your location is remembered. Additional navigation and selection aids. Other useful tips. Chapter 2. Working with status. Becoming acquainted with status. The Enterprise View - your status shortcut. Status on the navigation bar. Checking replication status - emulator.

Checking audit and notification status - emulator. Checking for status of supporting services - emulator. The Work with Data Groups display - emulator. Problems reflected in the Data Group column. Resolving problems highlighted in the Data Group column.

Replication problems reflected in the Source and Target columns. Setting the automatic refresh interval. Working with the detailed status of data groups. Variations of the Data Group De tails - Activity window. Displaying data group detailed status from a emulator.

Merged view. Object detailed status views. Database detailed status views. Identifying replication processes with backlogs. Chapter 3. Working with audits and rules. What are rules and how they are used by auditing.

Requirements for using audits and rules. Guidelines and recommendations for auditing. Considerations and recommendations for rules. Replacement variables. Rule-generated messages and notifications. Where audit status and compliance status is reported. Working with audits. Displaying audit status. Running audits immediately. Ending audits. Displaying audit level differences. Resolving audit problems - emulator. Checking the job log of an audit. Working with audit compliance. Determining whether auditing is within compliance.

Working with audit schedules. How audits are scheduled automatically. Shipped default audit schedules. Considerations for changing audit scheduling. When to run the DGFE audit. Changing when audits are scheduled. Schedule parameter notes. Changing the system where audits are performed. Considerations for using a different job scheduler for audits.

Policies for auditing. Preventing audits from running. To restrict audit activity in an inst allation based on data group state. To restrict audit activity for a specific data group based on its state. To disable auditing for an installation. To disable auditing for a data group. To disable automatic scheduling of an audit. Running rules and rule groups manually. Running rules or rule groups from the Rules window. Running rules or rule groups from the Data Groups window.

Running rules from the emulator. Running rule groups from the emulator. Checking results of a user-defined rule. Chapter 4. Working with notifications and recoveries. What are notifications and recoveries. Displaying notifications. What information is available for notifications.

Detailed information. Options for working with notifications. Notifications for newly created objects. Displaying recoveries. What information is available for recoveries. Options for working with recoveries. Orphaned recoveries.


MIMIX Application Monitoring Software

Clear Technologies has the MIMIX experts to assist you in all aspects of using MIMIX to ensure your critical data, applications and critical system information are always available to your organization. Working with the Clear Technologies technical consultants, we were able to use MIMIX data replication features to upgrade to V7R1 and install new Power 7 hardware with virtually no downtime. However, there is nothing like testing to ensure you can successfully swap to your backup system in case of an outage. Our experts will assist you in scheduling and conducting a roll-swap test and provide corrective actions if required. Looked at it once and thought it was too expensive?



Learn more about Halcyon products. Automatically monitor HA software to ensure business continuity when you experience unplanned downtime. MIMIX application monitoring software will send you alerts that you can act on immediately if and when any issues arise. See any problems that might impact high availability in one central location. HA-MX Monitor lets you set alerts the way you want to receive them.

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