As noted in the MustGather documentation for IBM Integration Bus the mqsidc tool is requested for most problems.
This is an Integration Bus specific command for the isa data collector.
When initially launched, the license must be accepted. On subsequent uses, this is not required.
The MQSIDC collector is a tool that will collect data about your Integration Node(Broker) with a simple command line interface. This information includes, but is not limited to:
1. Broker names and fixpack levels
2. MQ version
3. Environment variables
4. Basic system information
5. Error logs(syslog, Event Viewer, stderr/stdout, console.txt)
6. Abends, java cores, and heap dumps
7. Execution Group details
8. ODBC files and locations
9. iFixes installed
There is little to no overhead from running this command, as it collects historical data. However, in some cases the file may be extremely large if the stdout/stderr files contain tracing or if there have been large java cores or heap dumps generated.
In general, the Broker collector option is recommended, but there are occasions where more specific Integration Server(Execution Group) detail may be requested.
Steps to Collect MQSIDC output.
Could not find or load main class Files\IBM\MQSI\10.0.0.6\isadc;D:\Program
Collecting data in console mode with IBM Support Assistant Data Collector