Error updating view lotus domino
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In order to utilize all the powerful features of the new release, you need to upgrade your existing system to Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3.
It initially warns the user that he is about to reach the quota limit by displaying following message: This message basically gives an opportunity to manage the database size and reduce the size so that next time when any activity is held, Lotus Notes can have enough space to record it.
In case, the users ignore this initial warning, then it displays following message: This message indicates that Lotus Notes will not record further transactions or create new database elements until user reduces the size of the database.
(don’t panic it upsets your workspace layout, you can get it back!
) Then click on the two (or more) replica icons while holding ctrl and shift, and click “Edit”, “Unread marks”, and you’ll see another option “Exchange unread marks”.
Though, IBM Lotus Domino has several options to configure database storage limit, its users encounter file size limit exceeding quota errors every now and then.Scenario: You’ve more than one Domino server, with more than one replica of a database (that’s everyone with Notes I think! You’ve set unread marks to be maintained in Database properties BUT you notice at some stage (usually when a server crashes) that a replica that normally isn’t used has a completely different number of unread marks. ) The usual lazy helpdesk solution to this is to select all, mark all as read and tell the end user “it shouldn’t happen again”.However have you tried going to the workspace, Click “View”, and then untick “Stack Replica Icons”.3) Make sure you have transactional logging enabled on server and ODS is minimum 51 4) To enable the feature for a database you need to compact it with the parameters: "load compact -c -nifnsf on databasename.nsf" It will the create an index file with the extension This from a database I have enabled the feature for. There are other features like moving the index to another folder etc.Have a look here https://com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSKTMJ_9.0.1/admin/admn_moving_views_out_of_databases.html--------------------- Mar 13, 20179 hits Tutorial: Moving a Centos physical server with Soft RAID to be a KVM virtual machine guest using virt-p2v and virt-v2v Sun, Nov 5th 2017 a Jesper Kiaer I have used KVM for several years on Centos as a platform for running virtualized servers, and my experiences have been very good Now I have the case where I want to move a physical Centos server running RAID 10 on soft RAID, to a Centos KVM server.