You can create multiple commands in txt file and then launched from a single command in the server console.
Create a text file and name it c:\replica-commands.txt.
Enter the following information into the file and save it: cl copy Server1!!DB1.nsf Server2!!DB1.nsf replica cl copy Server1!!application\DB2.nsf Server2!!application\DB2.nsf replica cl copy Server1!!DB3.nsf Server2!!application\DB3.nsf replica
At the Domino console, type “< c:\replica-commands.txt >” The Domino console will execute thecommands listed in the text file sequentially.
Domino 10.0.1 now allows for easier configuration of SSL ciphers. The SSL cipher options are in the Security tab of Internet Site documents or in the Ports tab of Server documents. Now clearly list all of the supported SSL ciphers, in order of strength Note that the
RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA cipher is categorized as a weak cipher as of Domino 10. This is a change from Domino 9.0.1.
Sometimes you need to make a copy of the database (not a replica) to another server or an existing server.
Most of the Notes client uses an option in the File – Application – New Copy. You select the location of the DB name and start creating a copy.
However, when creating a copy from a server to a server, all of the data first goes to your local Notes client and then back to the server. The whole operation will take a lot of time, and your computer and local network will be busy.
You can use the command on the Domino console.
First, add a parameter to the server notes.ini: CLUSTER_ADMIN_ON=1 Servers do not need to be a part of a Domino Cluster
You can now use these commands: CL copy server1!!dbA.nsf server2!!dbB.nsf This would create a regular non-replica copy of dbA.nsf on server1 as dbB.nsf on Server2
CL copy dbA.nsf dbB.nsf This would create a regular non-replica copy of dbA.nsf as dbB.nsf on the same local server
CL copy server1!!dbA.nsf server2!!dbB.nsf REPLICA This would create a replica copy of dbA.nsf on server1 as dbB.nsf on Server2
CL copy server1!!dbA.nsf server2!!dbB.nsf TEMPLATE This would create a template copy (only design, no data) of dbA.nsf on server1 as dbB.nsf on Server2
I upgraded the Domino server to 9.0.1 FP10. If users received SMTP mail, there was a bad encoding characters in message Subject. The subject looked like this: ?UTF-8?Q?Datov=C3=A9_schr=C3=A1nky:Nov= The problem was only in the Subject of the email.
I installed IF FP4, but the problem was still the same.
IBM Domino 10.0 you can set up Domino to publish Domino statistics to an external monitoring service via New Relic .
You can publish Domino statistics to New Relic, a third-party, web-based monitoring application. New Relic allows you to visually monitor statistics in real time on multiple Domino servers from one dashboard.
This statistics are reported through a New Relic plugin called DominoStats. Statistics are published once a minute and are retained for 24 hours. The Domino Stats Plugin New Relic is FREE with limited features.
What you need to do in this case:
create a New Relic account
add a setting to the server notes.ini file to enable the server to report its statistics.
How to enable Domino statistics monitoring in New Relic :
IBM Domino Mobile Apps (IDMA) is access to Notes applications from Apple iPad without the need for re-design Notes applications.
The access to the application is only for registered beta testers for now.
I was lucky because I was included in the IDMA beta program.
I received an email with a link to the application in the “TestFlight app”, which was automatically installed on the iPad. Through iTunes I needed to copy my ID file from the Notes client to the application.
When I open IDMA, I enter the password for my ID file as for the Notes client. Then I can open an application from my server or from local iPad (local) .
Opened apps will show “Recent applications” as Home by default.. The last 12 are displayed.
However, I can open my Workspace. Open / On My Device / Bookmark.nsf
For now, Workspace options are limited, but you can, for example, change the background, arrange icons, and so on.
Most of us appreciate the ability to replicate applications. This means I can run offline applications just like I am used to from your Notes clients.
Just set the application to be offline. You will see the replication setting screen and you can start replicating.
Replication can be found in the replication server as in the Notes client.
The application is in beta. So far with limited functionality. The iPad does not support Java (JavaAgents and xPages that you used in your applications).
IBM Domino Mobile Apps also supports older versions of servers. I tested Domino 9.0.1 FP9.
I think this is a good thing from HCL and I look forward to the next version. A lot of users will certainly welcome this access to Notes applications.
Panagenda MarvelClient Essentials (PMC) is officially a part of IBM Notes 10.0.1 and available on Passport Advantage.
The solution helps Administrators collect information on end user installs of IBM Notes. Example can identify which user is running single vs multi-user clients, who is using ICAA, who is on a Mac, along with which Notes client versions and fix pack users are running.
What you get with PMC:
Improve upgrade path, reduce risk, and help desk tickets
Continuously analyze and visualize IBM Notes client configurations, operating system details, and desktop icon
Improve upgrades by identifying pitfalls upfront, such as insufficient resources or nonstandard installations
Deploy files such as your Notes 10 upgrade package, run programs, and manage the Windows Registry
Let’s look at how easy and fast you can implement MarvelClient Essentials.
From the passport advantage, download the installation file for PMC. Open the DB “MC Essentials Install Wizard” (PMCInstaller.nsf) and start the installation step by step.
And now you can start analyzing your Notes clients. Just open MarvelClient Analyze DB and browse results.
This is a simple description of the Panagenda Marvel Client Essentials installation. Now you can start using PMC yourself.