Each release of Domino adds new and exciting features, which reminds me if this graphic
But a side-effect of this is that the memory space on 32bit Domino is getting more and more crowded and the amount of shared memory Domino is pushing into all the different Domino tasks continues to grow.
When memory gets tight, we've seen situations (particularly in FP2 and FP3 of Domino 8.5.2) where Domino no longer plays nice and sometimes tasks can be terminated even if idle.
With Defrag.NSF 2.09 we've moved all Defragmenation tasks into a separate process space to ensure that memory crowding (for us at least) will no longer be an issue. It also appears to have a slight performance benefit... very nice.
Warning - There is no basic Widget support in iNotes 9
Thu, Apr 4th 2013 4:49p Adam Osborne This one caught us by surprise - the bottom line is the 8.X technique for adding a Widget to the iNotes Mail outline no longer works. It is summed up by this line in Technote 1627817 "In iNotes 9.0, the Widgets folder in the Mail outline is no longer supported. The documentation surrounding this feature remains in the iNotes 9.0 documentation but does not apply to iNotes 9.0." Go ahead, read it again ... Instead of using the old technique of a single XML file, you need to follow the proced [read] Keywords: inotes
Ed's book "Opting in" is a great read
Fri, Feb 1st 2013 7:45p Adam Osborne I've had a number of delayed flights over the last two days and that has allowed me to finish Ed's book Opting in. It is a great read. You can get it from here http://www.amazon.com/Opting-In-Lessons-Business-Fortune/dp/0133258939 Enjoy. [read] Keywords:
ND9 - First Impression, lose the Emo colour scheme.
Thu, Dec 13th 2012 4:25p Adam Osborne There is so much to like in the ND9 Beta, but seriously what is with the black and white IBM Social Theme ! I love colour. Luckily you can change the scheme back via Preferences, Windows and Themes. Once colour is reintroduced, everything like much brighter and the layouts are clearer. I realise that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so I hope IBM pole other people's options before they make this the new default. [read] Keywords: ibm