One of the nice tricks with the Domino Administrator Client Files tab is the ability to update ACLs and properties for all databases in a folder and sub-folders. To do this, just right-click the folder and choose from the list of available options. Such as Access Control gt; Manage:br / a href=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/manageacl-1.png target=_blankimg alt=image src=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/manageacl-1.png style=margin: 0pt auto; display: block; text-align: center; position: relative; //a br /At which point you will receive this window where you can see that all 87 databases are selected and you can Add, Modify, or Remove entries from the ACL of all databases (applications). Note, if youre Adding entries you may have to go back in a second time and also Modify that entry in case the entry previously was listed with a different level of access.br /br /a href=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/manageacl-2.png target=_blankimg alt=image src=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/manageacl-2.png style=margin: 0pt auto; display: block; text-align: center; position: relative; //abr /This can also work for Advanced Properties for databases. The trick to this window is that if you choose something in the quot;Selectquot; column and leave the quot;Enable or disablequot; option blank, then it will set that property to OFF for all of the databases. If you check the option to enable, then it will turn it ON. Remember this and dont assume that if you just select it that it will enable it. If you dont select an option, it will not be touched. Note the properties Im selecting below and that many of them can also be done via the Compact task. But this is a nice UI way to do this.br /br /a href=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/managedbprops.png target=_blankimg alt=image src=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/managedbprops.png style=margin: 0pt auto; display: block; text-align: center; position: relative; //a br / Also note that any of the options in the right-click list that are not greyed-out are available for this - such as compact, quotas, etc...br /br /And completely unrelated, but if youre a Star Wars geek, a href=http://twitter.com/wildunknown/status/7483533679try to telnet to towel.blinkenlights.nl/a...br /br /a href=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/starwarsascii.png target=_blankimg alt=image src=https://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/lotusnut/resource/BLOGS_UPLOADED_IMAGES/starwarsascii.png style=margin: 0pt auto; display: block; text-align: center; position: relative; //abr /span class=status-bodyspan class=entry-content/span/span
Using Domino 9's DBMT For Failover Stability
Mon, May 13th 2013 1:50p Chris Whisonant I have encountered several large customers (usually running an IBM OS) who have had major issues with the stability of their cluster-mates during a failover scenario. My recommendation in the past has been using program documents with some updall tasks to keep the Inbox and All Documents indices fresh.* Usually, running this once per week helps. If you're still running Domino 8.5.3 or earlier, you may want to do this. After implementing this with one customer, they had no more issues with st [read] Keywords: domino
Less Log Clutter with Notes and Domino 9
Wed, Apr 24th 2013 12:19p Chris Whisonant As I was monitoring server tasks today with the Domino 9.0 Administrator Client, I saw something I haven't seen before. As you may know, when you are refreshing the Server > Status > Server Tasks section in the Admin Client, that output has historically been echoed back to log.nsf since show tasks debug is the background request sent to Domino. That generally amounts to multiple log documents created making it difficult to scan for the information you may actually need.
But now the 9 [read] Keywords: admin
Take Advantage of New Compact Options With Domino 9
Tue, Apr 9th 2013 1:30p Chris Whisonant I have blogged about new compact options with 8.5.x previously, and now I would like to point out some new options with Domino 9.0.
First of all, from what I can determine the options available with DEBUG_ENABLE_COMPACT_8_5=1 are now available out-of-the-box with 9.0. By setting that parameter to =0 and issuing a load compact -?, the options from that parameter are all still valid.
Another configuration parameter you should set is MailFileDisableCompactAbort=1. This will prevent the router f [read] Keywords: domino
Our session slides are available, and what I learned in our session at IBM Connect '13
Wed, Feb 6th 2013 7:23a Chris Whisonant Mitch posted the details about this, but I learned that we should not refer to Traveler HA Servers as being in a "traveler cluster" as this can be confusing. They should instead be referred to as "Traveler HA Pools." It definitely makes sense to refer to the Traveler HA Pool in this way. Thanks for the clarification, Smith!
Also, our slide deck has been posted at SlideShare.net. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions. [read] Keywords: ibm
I Will Be Speaking At IBM Connect 2013
Mon, Dec 10th 2012 6:09a Chris Whisonant This year I am pleased to be presenting again with Mitch Cohen at IBM Connect 2013! It's been a few years since I last presented, and I am looking forward to presenting, especially with Mitch!
Our session title is: "Making Traveler Highly Available: Part 1 Traveler Design"
So, you have IBM Notes Traveler deployed in your organization. Deployed quickly, easily and at minimal cost to you. Of course now is has become mission critical and that’s your problem but with Upgrade P [read] Keywords: ibm
After 6 Years A Possible Answer to a Blog Post
Fri, Oct 26th 2012 12:08p Chris Whisonant Over 6 years ago I blogged about what I believed to be a bug in Domino SMTP routing. It is something that has cropped up for me randomly over the years as well, but without a real solution. Sometimes restarting the router would clear things up and sometimes just a tell router update config would do the trick. Back in 2006, I asked "Should mail routing not look up to the mail routing (MX) records for resolution instead of just looking up to the DNS A record?"
Today, I see that IBM is tracking [read] Keywords: domino
Join Me For an Admins of the Round Table Discussion
Tue, Mar 20th 2012 3:02p Chris Whisonant Tomorrow, March 21, at 11 AM EDT, Ted Hardenburgh and myself will be panelists for a Group Talk: Admins of the Round Table discussion. You can register for the event here.
We'll be specifically covering the following topics: Implementing Managed Replicas, User Communication, and Using HAProxy (for High Availability). We will also have an open Q&A time for any Lotus-related Administration questions you may have.
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow! [read] Keywords: administration
IBM Connections 3.0.1 Fixpack 1 Available
Fri, Mar 16th 2012 10:10a Chris Whisonant Looks like Connections 22.214.171.124 is finally hitting FixCentral! I'm hoping some oddities we've seen will be corrected.
Timely enough, I'm just finishing up a 3.0.1 installation and am loading this fixpack now!
The fixpack file (126.96.36.199-LC-Multi-IFLC3011_FP) is a 0.97 GB download. In order to actually install it, when you add it as a repository to the Installation Manager you have to add ".zip" to the end of the filename. Then it appears to know what to do and update properly. I h [read] Keywords: connections
Chrome Broken With IBM Connections
Mon, Jan 9th 2012 3:10p Chris Whisonant Recently, we've had some internal people receiving the following issue when downloading from Connections Files:
Duplicate headers received from server
The response from the server contained duplicate headers. This problem is generally the result of a misconfigured website or proxy.
As I started to dig into it further, I have found that with Google Chrome 16.0.912.75 (the latest stable release as of today), others are receiving the same error when using other non-IBM products. Of c [read] Keywords: connections