Automatic restart management
Automatic restart management (ARM) is key to automating the restarting of subsystems and applications (referred to collectively as applications) so they can recover work they were doing at the time of an application or system failure and release resources, such as locks, that they were holding. With the automatic restart management policy, you can optionally control the way restarts are done. You can use the policy defaults that IBM provides, or you can override them.
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