Websphere MQ 6 Processes on a Unix platform

Posted on 2009-02-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-10
On a unix box I issued the following command ps -ef | grep <qmgr> and saw the following process running:

amqzmuc0 - Critical process manager
amqzmur0 - Restartable process manager

I google for the following information but was unable to find anything related to this processes. What is the purpose of this process and how do they differ from each other?
Question by:eugene007
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    A good summary on MQ processes can be found on page
    "An Introduction to WMQ Queue Manager Processes"

    It writes:

    amqzmur0 and amqzmuc0 are the two processes that are responsible for logging the transaction information into the log files. These are called restartable (mur0) and critical (muc0) processes respectively.

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