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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2006 11:09 
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utilisateur d'un environnement Control-M v6.1.03 sous Unix, je suis ? la recherche d'une m?thode alternative ? l'utilitaire <ctmrpln> pour simuler la charge d'une mise au plan pour une date pr?cise.

Toutes id?es bienvenues

D'avance merci



user of an Control-M environment v6.1.03 under Unix, I am in the search of an alternative method to the utility <ctmrpln> to simulate the load of a setting in the plan for a precise date.

All welcome ideas
In advance thank you


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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2006 11:29 
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Il n'existe pas vraiment d'outil pour simuler une mont?e au plan en 6.1.03.
A moins de d?velopper ? partir du scj?ma de la base un script pour le faire.

N?anmoins je vous pr?coniserai bien une autre solution.
Sans avoir ? modifier vos Control-M Server et Control-M Agents install?s, il pourrait ?tre int?ressant d'updater Control-EM vers une version 6.2.01 ou 6.3.01 avec l'option Control-M Forecast.

Int?grer depuis la version 6.2 vous pouvez re-jouer votre plan avec l'option playback. Forcast quand ? lui permet justement de visualiser une production en simulation int?gralement ou partiellement.



There really does not exist of tool to simulate a rise in the plan into 6.1.03. Unless developing starting from the database poster a script to do it.

Nevertheless I will recommend you well another solution.
Without having to modify your Control-M Server and Control-M Agents installed, it could be interesting to upgrade Control-EM towards a version 6.2.01 or 6.3.01 with the option Control-M Forecast.

To integrate since version 6.2 you can play again your previous plan with the option playback. Forcast when him precisely allows to visualize a production in simulation completely or partially.

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2006 4:12 

Go to see following link on that site
Pro-active Workload Planning
It must be give you some other solution to help you.



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