Managing the bootstrap RTCS

The bootstrap BMC Runtime Component System (RTCS) creates the RTCS address space, which is used to store data and anchor resources. All processing occurs in the TSO session or batch jobs. Use the following procedures to manage the bootstrap RTCS:

To stop the bootstrap RTCS

When you are not using the Installation System, you should stop the bootstrap RTCS address space.

  1. Have all users exit the Installation System.
  2. Have all users of the Installation System log off their TSO sessions.
  3. Issue the following command:

    P STCProcName

    STCProcName is the name of the bootstrap RTCS address space you assigned when creating the bootstrap RTCS.

To start the bootstrap RTCS

When you want to use the Installation System again, you need to start the bootstrap RTCS address space.

Issue the following command:

S STCProcName

STCProcName is the name of the bootstrap RTCS address space you assigned when creating the bootstrap RTCS.

To switch to a permanent RTCS

If you have been using the bootstrap RTCS, and you have now installed a permanent RTCS, you can copy the Installation System repository from the bootstrap RTCS to the permanent RTCS.

Perform this procedure before starting the Installation System.

  1. Perform a backup of the bootstrap RTCS.

    Use the BACKUP control statement of the RTCS Registry Maintenance Utility (RMU).

    For more information about RMU, see Administering Runtime Component System (RTCS) .

  2. Perform an import of the bootstrap RTCS to your permanent RTCS.

    Use the RESTORE control statement of the RMU.

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