Use the deletemq command to delete a queue manager and messaging broker for embedded messaging.
On Application Server, the deletemq command line tool (deletemq.sh or deletemq.bat, in the $WAS_HOME\bin directory) deletes the queue manager and messaging broker for the specified appserver.
- This command is not intended for general administration of queue managers and messaging brokers. You should only use this command where instructed in task descriptions, for example Running Application Servers from a non-root user, or on advice from your IBM representative.
- Before running this command, stop the specified server.
deletemq command syntax
The command syntax is as followsdeletemq was_home cell_name node_name server_name
was_home The $WAS_HOME directory, where WAS is installed.
cell_name The name of the cell within which the queue manager exists.
node_name The name of the node agent that the queue manager runs with.
server_name The name of the server that uses the queue manager.
On Application Server, this is the name of an appserver.
You can see details of the Queue Manager deletion in the file $WAS_HOME\logs\deletemq.node_name.server_name.log.
Example For Application Server on Windowsdeletemq "C:\WebSphere\AppServer" BG4IPL BG4IPL server "C:\WebSphere\WebSphere MQ" "C:\WebSphere\WebSphere MQ\WEMPS"
The results of this command would be output to the C:\WebSphere\AppServer\log\deletemq.BG4IPL.server.log
See AlsoManage using command line tools