Rocket iCluster includes a configuration 'fast start' command to perform some of the configuration steps based on a typical installation. This command, DMAUTOCFG, can assist in defining a node pair, some replication groups, selections of objects for replication and set some iCluster product system values. The command was designed for administrators that will be setting up a two node cluster and the resulting low-complexity configuration can be a reasonable starting point. Once the config is up and running, more customization can be easily performed. Note: This procedure is only one of the ways to add selections to an existing replication group. (See DMWRKGRP for another starting place for Group Administration.)
The iCluster command DMAUTOCFG is great for initially configuring your iCluster environment, and can be used even after you are up and running.
You may have added new libraries or applications to your IBM i and may be wondering what else is out there on your system that could be added to iCluster. DMAUTOCFG will show you a list of all libraries on your system so you can see what's out there. But if you or your consultant did not use DMAUTOCFG to initially configure the product, DMAUTOCFG checks to see if it is the first run or subsequent run, so if you have never used this command, you can set the environment so it will run for this example!
DMAUTOCFG will not run for this example unless the data area AICSECRUN exists as described below.
To add new libraries to existing groups: