Setting up IBM Workload Scheduler/NetView

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To setup IBM Workload Scheduler/NetView, perform the following steps:


  1. On each managed node, enter the host name of the management node in the user's $HOME/.rhosts file.
  2. Add a user definition to the scheduler security file. For more information about HCL Workload Automation security, refer to the HCL Workload Automation Reference Guide.
  3. On the management node, run NetView®.
  4. Select Describe Map from the File menu.
  5. Select Maestro-Unison Software (c) from the Configurable Applications list, and click Configure For This Map.
  6. Click True under Enable Maestro for this map.
  7. Click Verify.
  8. Click OK to close the Configuration dialog box. Click OK to close the Map Description dialog box.


If you want to use the MIB browser, perform the following steps:
  1. Select Load/Unload MIBs:SNMP from the Options menu.
  2. Click Load.
  3. When Load MIB From File opens, type:
    in MIB File to Load. Click OK.
  4. Click Close.
If the management node is not also a HCL Workload Automation managed node, or if you manage more than one HCL Workload Automation network, use the NetView® object description function to identify the managed nodes where IBM Workload Scheduler/NetView agents are running. To identify the managed nodes, perform the following steps:
  1. Move down the IP Internet tree to the IP segment submap showing all the nodes.
  2. Select a node where a IBM Workload Scheduler/NetView agent is running. Press Ctrl-O to open the Object Description dialog.
  3. On the Object Description dialog, select General Attributes from the Object Attributes list, and click View/Modify Object Attributes.
  4. On the Attributes for Object dialog, click True under the isUTMaestroAgent attribute.
  5. Click OK to close the Attributes for Object dialog. Click OK to close the Object Description dialog.
  6. Repeat steps for each node where a IBM Workload Scheduler/NetView agent is running.
  7. Return to the Root submap.
  8. Select HCL Workload Automation, from the Tools menu.
  9. Select Re-discover.
  10. When the Unison Software(c) symbol appears, double-click it to open the Unison Software(c) submap displaying a symbol for each HCL Workload Automation network. Double-click a network symbol to open a Network submap.
On the master domain issue a conman start@ command to start HCL Workload Automation in the network. This can be done in NetView® on the HCL Workload Automation Network submap as follows:
  1. Select all of the nodes in the network.
  2. From the Tools menu, select HCL Workload Automation.
  3. Select Start.