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ROUTE command

You use the ROUTE command to send commands to one or more XBM subsystems in the same data sharing group.

Syntax for the ROUTE command

Note

If the PSS component is inactive, you can route only to the XBM subsystem that is processing the command.

The following table lists the keywords that you can use with this command.

Keywords for ROUTE command

Value

Meaning

ssid

Issues the ROUTE command from this XBM subsystem

xbmgroup

Issues the ROUTE command from any XBM subsystem in the data sharing group

The command is routed from any XBM subsystem residing on the MVS subsystem where the command is issued. The xbmgroup name must be at least five characters in length. Otherwise, XBM treats this name as an XBM subsystem ID.

*

Routes a command to all XBM subsystems in the data sharing group

name

Routes a command to a specific XBM subsystem in the data sharing group

You can use pattern-matching characters in the name to route to more than one XBM subsystem in the data sharing group.

command

Specifies the command that you want sent

A list of valid commands includes:

  • ACTIVATE—activates the specified XBM control structure

  • DEACTIVATE—deactivates the specified XBM control structure

  • DISPLAY—displays the status of the specified XBM component

  • PING—displays the status of all XBM subsystems in the data sharing group

  • SEND—sends a command to a commandable BMC utility.

  • START—starts any specified XBM component except the PSS component

  • STOP—stops any specified XBM component except the PSS component



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