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How to check the servers assigned to a logon group?

Using the lgtst and the option "-G" to specify the logon group and the "-C" to do it many times:

>  lgtst -H <Message Server hostname> -S sapms<SID> -G MYGROUP -C 10
using trcfile: dev_lg
Logon data for logon groups:
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Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3200] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 01>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 02>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 03>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3200] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 01>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 02>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 03>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3200] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 01>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 02>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3202] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 03>]
Group MYGROUP : [<IP>] [3200] [740] [TRUE] [<application server 01>]

Note that the distribution of requests will depends of the load balance strategy in place.
However, in the last column of the output, you should only see application servers assigned to this logon group.

 

 

 

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