Detecting Visible MCP Disks

Enterprise Server can replicate DMSII data without using any significant mainframe resources if the data is on MCP disks that are configured to be visible in Windows (for example, via a Storage Area Network (SAN), VSS, or a Logical Disk).

Use this procedure if the MCP disks aren't automatically detected after Enterprise Server starts.

To enumerate MCP disks

  • From the Start menu, select Programs > Attachmate DATABridge Enterprise > Enumerate MCP Disks.

    A command prompt window opens to run the program. When it's finished, the log file appears with the results. The log file, named EnumerateDisks([localhost])[datetime].log, is saved to DATABridge\Enterprise\logs by default.