The Command Line Tool
mzsh is a shell that can be used both as a system administration tool or as a Platform client tool. Depending on whether the Platform is running or not, or if you are logged in or not,
mzsh enables you to access different parts of the system.
mzsh commands run in their own JVMs, and the number of simultaneously running commands is only limited by the amount of memory available. If the system expects many commands to be running at the same time it is recommended to run them on a separate machine. This is usually an issue that must be considered when using the options related to 2.2.51 wfgroupstart and 2.2.59 wfstart.
Some commands require that the user is the MZ_HOME owner. This information will be found together with the respective commands presented later on in this user guide.
Make sure that the firewall is correctly configured as some commands require communication between the Execution Contexts and the Platform. For information about communication through firewalls, see the System Administration Guide.