Recovering Disk Space by Deleting TMP files  

By Kim Greene | 1/2/24 11:27 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

When working on a problem for a customer, it was noticed there were several temporary files on the mail server in the /mail directory. This customer’s Domino servers run on the IBM i, so there are multiple Domino servers on the system, a total of four. I decided to do a search to determine how many temporary files existed on the entire IBM i system and where they were located.

ID Vault “Invalid or nonexistent document” error caused by Cluster Symmetry Repair  

By Kim Greene | 11/29/22 12:34 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

In helping a customer who was having an issue with getting TOTP working, I came upon an interesting situation with their ID Vault. When issuing ‘show idvault’, the following error was displayed. Invalid or nonexistent document: Vault replica list inconsistency for vault /ID_Vault The really strange thing about this situation was the replica of the ID Vault was on both the primary and secondary server, however only the primary server was listed as a Vault Server in the ID Vault itself.

Is your Notes 11 client crashing repeatedly? Look at your Chrome settings  

By Kim Greene | 1/20/22 11:23 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Comment» One of our clients reported daily Notes Client crashes for some of their users after upgrading their Notes 9.x clients to 11.0.1 FP3 (and later FP4). We narrowed it down to a certain set of steps that would INTERMITTENTLY result in a crash.

Sneak Peak at Domino 10.0.1 on IBM i – DominoDiva  

By Kim Greene | 2/4/19 10:03 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

It’s coming … just around the corner … can’t wait!!!!!! One of the biggest questions I have been getting is which IBM i operating systems will support Domino 10.0.1. You will be very pleased with the answer. The releases supported are: 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4 (when it becomes available). The huge relief is that 7.2 is supported, whew!

Protecting your Domino servers from the clickjacking hack  

By Kim Greene | 2/3/17 8:25 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

There is a hack called clickjacking that can happen on web servers, including Domino. Here are the details on how clickjacking can impact web sites. An attacker performs a clickjacking attack by creating a site on the Internet, which contains inline frames (iframes) that can display content from the application.

Engage 2016 User Group Conference  

By Kim Greene | 3/28/16 4:01 PM | - | Added by Oliver Busse

I had the opportunity to present at the Engage 2016 user group conference last week in Eindhoven. I was extremely impressed on all levels. Thank you to Theo Heselmans for the opportunity to speak at this event!