Queue depth should be greater than zero, Computer Engineering

Tell me which queue having present queue depth should be greater than zero?

Ans) Event queues

Open MQ Explorer by selecting Start > Programs > IBM WebSphere MQ > WebSphere MQ Explorer.

Check to see if the depth of the WebSphere® Sensor Events queues is bigger than zero.              

 

 

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