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How to find MQ details on Solaris 5.8?

Hi All,

I want to find MQ details on a solaris 5.8 server , does anyone knows the
command to findout the details

I have used below command to find the following o/p

command


Code:
pkginfo | grep -i mq

o/p


Code:
application mqm                  WebSphere MQ for Sun Solaris
application mqm-06-00-02-00      WebSphere MQ for Sun Solaris - U806616
application mqm-06-00-02-01      WebSphere MQ for Sun Solaris - U808000

pls help with this
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Is there an mqm user ?

If yes, su into that user and run dspmq
It should display information about queue manager on the machine.

If not, you might want to run ps -ef | grep mq and check under which user the mq server is running.

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i fired

Code:
dspmq

with root user but its saying no command found

also

Quote:
ps -ef | grep mq
its not giving any O/P
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What details are you looking for?

You can, for example, find out which files a package has installed with


Code:
pkgchk -l <package> | grep Pathname

That will at least give you the locations of the various components that comprise MQ.
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Maybe you have some startup script in /etc/init.d?
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