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Enable use of wildcards in the Watched directories list of File Agent
Currently one can only define a list of directories in CDFA. Each of this directory must be explicitely defined and hence cannot contain wildcards.
The "Monitor sub-directories" option can be activated but this can result, in case of a complex di...
Provide SUBMIT ESF=YES feature for CONNECT:Direct-Unix
On C:D-z/OS, an Extended Submit Facility (ESF) option (syntax is ESF=YES) exists for the SUBMIT command to allow C:D transmission requests to be queued up even when C:D is down on the z/OS system; the requests are executed later when C:D has come ...
Adding support for Pipes to Connect:Direct by z/OS
Adding support for Pipes on Connect:Direct for z/OS can help to speed up the overal file transfer process for distributing dat towards distributed platforms.Analogy to functionality already available in C:D for Unix.
Improve Transfer Speed between CDU on EC2 instance and S3
We are in the testing staging of using CDU to download file from S3 and push to some other CD Node. However, after we perform testing a large file (GB), we found that the transfer speed is almost three time slower than AWS S3 CP command.
Support long connection for large volumes of small files
Our competitor, Tongtech, provide a file transfer tool based on MQ to transfer files and support long connection which means if doesn't need to initiate a new session for each repective files which really lead to a high performance for large volum...
High Availability for Connect:Direct File Agent when running behind a load balancer
Increase the maximun runnable C:D session from 99 to *NOMAX or a higher limit
Currently, the maximum active C:D session is 99, when the session limit is reached, and new C:D job is initiated , it will abend with CDE0200 and the C:D job have to be retried again.