Tags: Lotus Domino 9.0.1 ODS52 SPR # BBSZ9QDK4P
Recently ran into an archiving problem
at a customer after upgrading to Domino R9.0.1 FP2 and ODS52:
17/01/2015 12:01:15 Archiving documents
from mail\jdoe.nsf (John Doe)
17/01/2015 12:01:15 Informational, cannot
enable DAOS in database mail\jdoe.nsf with ODS version 52.
17/01/2015 12:01:15 Error archiving
documents from mail\jdoe.nsf: Informational, DAOS is already enabled in
database %p.|Informational, DAOS has been enabled for database %p.|Informational,
DAOS is enabled in database %p.|Informational, cannot enable DAOS in database
%p with ODS version %d.
17/01/2015 12:01:15 Informational, DAOS
is already enabled in database mail\jdoe.nsf.
17/01/2015 12:01:15 Informational, to
move objects into DAOS and enable DAOS you need to perform a copy-style
compaction with the -daos tag (-C -daos on) on mail\jdoe.nsf.
Talked to an IBM support rep and he
informed me that this is a known issue covered in SPR # BBSZ9QDK4P
Fix probably will not make it into FP3
which is scheduled for Q1, more likely that this will be fixed in 9.0.2
In the mean time archiving will work
normally withouth the -daos on parameter, but you'll have to manually check
and if necessary enable DAOS for new archives to reduce storage requirements.
Tags: Lotus Domino 8.5.3 adminp redirect file nrf move user
A customer is in the process of moving
users to their new environment where the user's mailfile location is different
from the old environment (i.e. mail\username.nsf -> mail\ou\username.nsf).
AdminP creates the mailfile in the correct
location on the new server and updates the person document accordingly.
Sofar so good.
Once the administration process removes
the old mailfile replicas some users start complaining that they
can no longer access their mailfile.
Further investigation shows that the
location document on the client is updated with the correct new location
of the mailfile, however the standard client is rather persistent in trying
to open the mailfile from the old location. This is where the redirect
file should kick in.
Unfortunately, the mail\username.nrf
on the old server points to mail\username.nsf on the new server instead
of mail\OU\username.nsf, resulting in a popup on the client asking the
user where the client should start looking for the mailfile.
Manually updating the .nrf file so it
points towards the correct location fixes the issue for the users.
Tags: Lotus Domino Lotus Traveler Traveler 8.5 Policy
This weekend I've been testing Traveler
8.5 using an old HP iPaq 27909b and ran into a small problem.
Once you've enabled the security settings
on the Traveler policy settings document and they get pushed to a device
that can not comply to these settings, the Traveler 8.5 client will not
synchronise, further more it will not pickup any changes to the policy
Tags: Lotus Notes Lotus Domino R8.5
on a Passport / PWSW site near you.
Let's see if I can slip this upgrade
in without approval from the CAB (after all it's not really a .0 release
is it? )
Tags: Lotus Domino CA Process
The other day I found out that when
you've migrated your certifier to the CA Process and at some point in time
afterwards you've performed a certifier key roll over you might as well
throw out those old backup copies of your certifier id.
This is how I got to this 'revelation'.
First I registered a new server using
the CA process on the existing server that holds the CA, I then copied
the id over to the new box and fired up the remote installer.
At the end of the Remote Server Setup
wizard when it's time to actually start doing something useful it threw
an error complaining that the server id had not been signed yet.
Tags: Lotus Domino 7.0.3 FP1 8.0 Performance 64 bit SPR #FMEG6W3G25
Recently at one of our customers the
domino servers exhibited severe performance issues,
This particular customer was running
Domino 7.0.3 FP1 on 64 bit Windows 2003 Server and looking at the task
manager on one of their servers showed that on a box with 4GB of memory,
almost 3GB was in use as System Cache,
Taking a look at perfmon showed that
the disk queues for the volume holding the swap file were actually higher
than those for the data volume, indicating that the system was primarily
busy swapping data in and out of memory.
Logging on to the system console was
a painful exercise, where something as simple as clicking on the start
button in the taskbar took 10+ seconds before the system responded.
Tags: Lotus Notes Lotus Domino 8.0.2 Bug
I just downloaded the full eclipse/standard
8.0.2 client and upgraded my main client.
The upgrade itself went ok (complaining
only about an open instance of FireFox), but after launching the full client
I noticed that I can no longer connect to my company's SameTime server.
(I have no problem connecting to the
Bleed Yellow ST server so it's probably a setting on the server that's
Update: The client does appear to be
a lot faster than the 8.0.1
keep up the good work
One thing is still not fixed: