Automatic switching of dynamic scheduling

Dynamic workload broker automatically started on the new master domain manager or dynamic domain manager during the switchover.

In previous releases, when switching a master domain manager or dynamic domain manager to a backup workstation, there were a number of manual steps that required attention to ensure dynamic scheduling continuity and to avoid having two concurrently active servers. The dynamic workload broker server had to be stopped manually and the new instance had to be manually started after the backup workstation took over.

With Version 9.5, when a switchmgr command is submitted, an automatic process is triggered by which the old server stops the dynamic scheduling services and the new server starts a new instance of the dynamic workload broker server when the older server has completed the switch and the backup workstation has taken over.