The operations team has created a new queue manager infrastructure using default settings to support the deployment of a company’s new database warehousing application. This application sends messages to applications running on other queue managers, which process the messages and send replies. After deployment of the application the message throughput is much lower than expected. The operations team doesn’t notice any resources issues with disk space, memory usage, or CPU usage, however, they do notice that there are many more messages on the replyto- queues than expected. They also notice that error messages are frequently generated as the application processesreply messages.
What is the most probable cause of the performance slowdown?
The warehousing application has unintentionally requested activity reports for each message it creates
The warehousing application was unintentionally deployed with trace route reporting enabled
The warehousing applications queue manager reply-to-queue handler was not disabled
The warehousing applications queue manger reply-to-queue filtering was not properly adjusted