addmqinf
Add IBM MQ configuration information ( Windows and UNIX
platforms only).

amqmdain
amqmdain is used to configure or control
some Windows specific administrative tasks.

amqmfsck (file system check)
amqmfsck checks whether a shared file system
on UNIX and IBM i systems meets the requirements for
storing the queue manager data of a multi-instance queue
manager.

crtmqcvx
Create data conversion code from data type structures.

crtmqenv
Create a list of environment variables for an installation
of IBM MQ, on UNIX, Linux, and Windows.

crtmqinst
Create installation entries in mqinst.ini on UNIX and
Linux systems.

crtmqm
Create a queue manager.

dltmqinst
Delete installation entries from mqinst.ini on UNIX and
Linux systems.

dltmqm
Delete a queue manager.

dmpmqaut
Dump a list of current authorizations for a range of IBM
MQ object types and profiles.

dmpmqcfg
Use the dmpmqcfg to dump the configuration of an IBM
MQ queue manager.

dmpmqlog
Display and format a portion of the IBM MQ system log.

 dspmq Display information about queue managers.  endmqdnm Stop the .  dspmqver Display IBM MQ version and build information.  dspmqspl Use the dspmqspl command to display a list of all policies and details of a named policy.NET monitor for a queue ( Windows only).  dspmqtrn Display in-doubt and heuristically completed transactions.  dspmqinst Display installation entries from mqinst.  endmqlsr End all listener process for a queue manager.ini on UNIX. Linux. and Windows.  dspmqaut dspmqaut displays the authorizations of a specific IBM MQ object. .  dspmqrte Determine the route that a message has taken through a queue manager network.  endmqcsv Stop the command server for a queue manager.  dspmqtrc Format and display IBM MQ trace.  dspmqcsv The status of a command server is displayed  dspmqfls Display the file names corresponding to IBM MQ objects.  dspmqinf Display IBM MQ configuration information ( Windows and UNIX platforms only). dmpmqmsg Formerly the IBM MQ queue load and unload utility.

 rmvmqinf Remove IBM MQ configuration information ( Windows and UNIX platforms only). or group of objects. from their images contained in the log.  rsvmqtrn Resolve in-doubt and heuristically completed transactions  runmqccred (obfuscate passwords for mqccred exit) Obfuscate passwords in the . endmqm Stop a queue manager or switch to a standby queue manager.  endmqtrc End trace for some or all of the entities that are being traced.  MQExplorer (launch MQ Explorer ) Start MQ Explorer ( Windows and Linux x86-64 platforms only).ini file used by the mqccred security exit.  mqconfig Checks that the system configuration meets the requirements to run IBM MQ ( UNIX and Linux platforms only). .  endmqsvc End the IBM MQ service on Windows.  mqcertck (certify TLS setup) Use the mqcertck command to diagnose potential SSL or TLS problems with your queue managers.  mqrc (MQ return code) Display information about return codes.  rcrmqobj Re-create an object.  rcdmqimg Write the image of an object or group of objects to the log for media recovery.

 runmqchl Start a sender or requester channel  runmqdlq Start the dead-letter queue handler to monitor and process messages on the dead-letter queue. object. Authorizations can be granted to.  runmqtrm Start the trigger monitor on a server. for example to submit to IBM Support.  setmqaut Change the authorizations to a profile.  runmqtmc Start the trigger monitor on a client.  setmqcrl Administer CRL (certificate revocation list) LDAP definitions in an Active Directory ( Windows only). and Windows.  runmqras runmqras is used to gather IBM MQ diagnostic information together into a single archive.  runmqdnm Start processing messages on a queue using the . any number of principals or groups. Linux.  runmqsc Run IBM MQ commands on a queue manager. . or class of objects.  runmqlsr Run a listener process to listen for remote requests on various communication protocols. or revoked from.  runswchl runswchl (switch cluster channel) on UNIX. runmqchi Run a channel initiator process to automate starting channels.NET monitor ( Windows only).

and its PCF command. MQSC command. alter an already existing one. setmqenv Use the setmqenv command to set up the IBM MQ environment on UNIX.  Queue manager commands A table of queue manager commands.  setmqm Set the associated installation of a queue manager.  strmqcsv Start the command server for a queue manager. or report the level of tracing in effect. or remove an existing policy.  strmqcfg Start MQ Explorer ( Windows and Linux x86-64 platforms only). Linux.  setmqspl Use the setmqspl command to define a new security policy. .  setmqxacred (add XA credentials) Use the setmqxacred command to add or modify credentials in the IBM MQ XA credentials store. Linux.  strmqtrc Enable trace at a specified level of detail.  setmqprd Enroll an IBM MQ production license. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. control command equivalents. showing the command description. and Windows. on UNIX.  strmqm Start a queue manager or ready it for standby operation.  strmqsvc Start the IBM MQ service on Windows. and Windows. if available.  setmqinst Set IBM MQ installations.  setmqscp Publish client connection channel definitions in an Active Directory ( Windows only).

and its PCF command.  Channel commands A table of channel commands.  Namelist commands A table of namelist commands. MQSC command. if available. MQSC command. control command equivalents. showing the command description. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents.  Authentication information commands A table of authentication information commands. showing the command description.  Process commands A table of process commands. . MQSC command. and its PCF command. MQSC command. and its PCF command. showing the command description. Command server commands A table of command server commands. control command equivalents. control command equivalents. if available. control command equivalents. and its PCF command. if available. if available. and its PCF command. and its PCF command.  Cluster commands A table of cluster commands. control command equivalents. if available. and its PCF command. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents.  Queue commands A table of queue commands. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. control command equivalents. and its PCF command. if available. control command equivalents. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. MQSC command. MQSC command. showing the command description. showing the command description. if available. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. MQSC command. control command equivalents.  Listener commands A table of listener commands. showing the command description. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. MQSC command. if available. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. and its PCF command. if available. and its PCF command. MQSC command. showing the command description. control command equivalents.  Service commands A table of service commands. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. and MQ Explorer equivalents. MQSC command. if available. showing the command description.  Authority commands A table of authority commands. showing the command description. control command equivalents. showing the command description.

control command equivalents. Parent topic: IBM MQ Control commands . Other commands A table of other commands. and its PCF command. if available. showing the command description. and IBM MQ Explorer equivalents. MQSC command.

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