This section contains articles relating to the configuration of Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 (IBM i Suites). 

Did you know Halcyon can reside in a dedicated memory pool? Watch this informational video to learn more.

An informational video showing you how to define collection levels within Halcyon Performance Analyzer.

There will come a time when you need to add dates to an already existing calendar. If calendars only have dates that extend to the end of the current year, you will soon be receiving a message on QSYSOPR telling you that your calendar is due to expire, this document explains how to add those dates.

This article explains how to apply your IBMi license keys for the Halcyon software.

Halcyon allows you to create substitution variables that can then be used in commands, and message strings, defined in Halcyon products. The variable is replaced with the effective value when the command runs or when the message is sent.

This example shows you how to create a variable that will return the (current day – 30 days) date in MDY format.

To achieve this we have to create 2 variables, one to subtract the days, and a second to put it into the correct format.

This article explains the meaning of messages HAL0807 and HAL0808 and how to respond to them.

This article shows you the steps to send Halcyon Admin Alerts and warnings to a message queue.

There may come a time when you want to forward alerts from remote IBMi’s to an Enterprise Console through a Central IBMi, using the Central IBMi as a proxy, the attached document takes you through the steps to achieve this.

An informational video showing you how to import Halcyon template settings to multiple environments.

A comprehensive table showing the configuration plan for using replication tools to manage Halcyon. The configuration is based on a MIMIX configuration but can be applied to other replication software.

This article shows you how to create a new view/report in Halcyon Disk Space Manager (DSM) to show the count of objects in a library.