After installation, Message Queue requires no additional configuration.
If this component will be included in a Sun Cluster configuration, proceed to Sun Cluster Postinstallation Configuration.
A common optional task is to configure Message Queue for automatic startup. To do this, become superuser and edit the following properties in the imqbrokerd.conf configuration file (in /etc/imq on Solaris OS and in /etc/opt/sun/mq on Linux):
AUTOSTART, which specifies (YES or NO) if the broker is automatically started at boot time. The default value is NO.
ARGS, which specifies command line options and arguments to pass to the broker startup command. See the Sun Java System Message Queue 3 2005Q4 Administration Guide for a listing and description of imqbrokerd command line options. (For example -name instancename)
RESTART, which specifies (YES or NO) if the broker is automatically restarted if it abnormally exits. The default value is YES.
Additional configuration for Message Queue is discussed in the Sun Java System Message Queue 3 2005Q4 Administration Guide. For example, you might want to change the default administration password.