"You can use the supplied single user to multi user tool to migrate a Notes single user install to a Notes multi-user install for an existing Notes release prior to upgrading to a new release. This enables you to convert an existing Notes single user install to a multi-user install for both Notes basic and Notes standard configuration deployments. It also enables you to convert a simulated multi-user install (where the user's data directory is on a mapped drive) to a true multi-user install. This tool is available for Lotus Notes 6.5.x, 7.x, and 8.x installations on supported Windows platforms only. "
Sun, Nov 23rd 2014 11:05p Adam Osborne Recently we were contacted by a customer who had been using Defrag.NSF on their servers but had stopped some time ago and realised things were starting to go downhill. This ended up being a great test case/exercise and we managed to get some very telling screenshots off the server, clearly showing the deterioration and subsequent improvement once we got things back on track. It turned out about a year had passed since the last Health Check had been run and things had definitely gotten worse, f [read] Keywords: domino
DLP for Traveler - stop sensitive data leaking through Traveler
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 5:46p Adam Osborne In a world where BYOD strategies are becoming more and more relevant, Preemptive’s DLP for Traveler provides an integrated solution for organisations to ensure valuable email data and attachments are not exposed to remote devices that cannot be secured by the organisation. DLP for Traveler inspects email destined for the mobile device for keywords and sensitivity markings in the subject line, and tells Traveler to block the content as appropriate. All the information on DLP for Traveler can [read] Keywords: traveler
Do you have more then 7,792,058 fragments on your data volume?
Tue, Nov 4th 2014 8:05p Adam Osborne A few years back we ran a 'Most Fragmented' competition and found a Domino Server that had 7,792,058 fragments on it's data volume !!! Can you imagine what that was doing to performance and backup times ? Anyway, we'd like to do it again and see if there's anyone else out there we can help get their Server into shape. Here's what we'd love you to try: - Download a copy of a free Defrag Analyse product from here - Install it and run a Health Check as per the included instructions. [read] Keywords: domino
Who out there is using DBMT ?
Thu, Oct 9th 2014 11:05p Adam Osborne The latest build of Defrag.NSF includes a new feature that can dramatically cut down the amount of work DBMT does, you can read all about it here and here. When working on this feature we did wonder one thing, Who out there is using DBMT ? Please take a moment to answer our poll on the right. We will share the answers when they come in. [read] Keywords:
How to make DBMT 50%+ more efficient
Thu, Aug 28th 2014 12:05a Adam Osborne DBMT is a wonderful new feature in Domino 9, but it has a nasty habit of doing more work than it needs to. Our tests show that it can spend a considerable amount of time compacting databases that just DON'T need to be compacted. Even if there is no space to recover in a given database DBMT will still compact it according to the -compactNdays setting. In production this could equate to a huge number of databases and possibly hours of processing. Why do all the work of manufacturing new "copie [read] Keywords: domino