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Lotus Domino 7 Monitoring and Maintenance
Lotus Training Overview

This course covers all aspects of monitoring and maintaining a Domino Server. Domino’s self-monitoring capabilities have expanded with each revision, the latest being Domino Domain Monitoring added to Domino 7.

With this knowledge you will better understand the recommendations on how to increase server reliability and improve server and database performance.

Lotus Training Learning Objectives

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Use the Domino Server Log to focus on specific operational areas, adjust various logging levels, apply log filters, and use the Log Analysis tool to identify particular server events over time.
  • View statistical counters related to server performance and capacity, collect statistics from multiple servers, chart specific statistics in real time, and chart past statistics to get a sense of emerging trends.
  • Use several methods to view database and server activity including the granular server and database activity data provided by the Activity Trends Collector Server, which can be reported as current observations and historical trends.
  • Monitor overall server and individual task status and health.
  • Define Event Generators to keep watch on many aspects of how Domino is running, and define Event Handlers to respond to the events.
  • Configure Domino Domain Monitoring to automate problem analysis and provide possible solutions and corrective actions to quickly resolve issues.
  • Start Domino under the Domino Controller and then use the Domino Console to remotely control the server as well as issue operating system shell commands on the remote server computer.
  • Configure Domino to automatically restart after a crash and how to collect diagnostic files following a crash in a central repository for further analysis.
  • Perform routine maintenance on the server and to recover from database corruption using various database utilities.
  • Run server tasks, including database utilities, on a schedule using Program documents.
  • Determine which anti-virus and backup software packages are available for Domino.
  • Learn how to use the Server.Load utility to stress a server so that you can monitor its performance as you fine tune its settings, optimize applications, balance workload between servers, optimize the Domino Directory, and enable network compression.
  • Determine when to upgrade the server hardware and understand which changes affect different aspects of performance.
  • Decide when to cluster servers to benefit from automatic failover and load balancing.
  • Configure servers to assume specialized roles, such as mail routing or replication hub, mail, directory, remote office, etc.
Lotus Training Audience

This course is part of a series of Domino administration training courses. Follow these paths to master all aspects of administering the Domino Server, Lotus Notes, and other clients:

Courses later in the series assume that you have mastered the content of earlier courses.

This course is designed for network/database administrators who are responsible for supporting Lotus Domino Servers and Notes clients. It assumes that you have:

  • extensive experience using Notes 7
  • experience using Domino Administrator 7 to manage Domino servers
  • mastered the Topics covered in Lotus Domino 7 Administration Basics.
You will find the course especially rewarding if you have already installed a Domino Server and a handful of Notes clients and have had some experience designing Domino databases.

Lotus Training Course duration

This course is sold as a 2-day course.

Lotus Training Course outline

Topic 1: Domino Server Log

    View the Domino Server Log
    Log filters
    Logging levels
    Keeping the Domino Server Log file small
    Exercise: Domino Server Log
    Analyze\Log Document tool
    Log Analysis tool
    Exercise: Log Analysis tool
    Write DEBUG messages to text file

Topic 2: Server Statistics
    Show Statistic command
    Configuration information
    Performance statistics
    Memory statistics
    Disk statistics
    Network statistics
    Replication statistics
    Platform statistics
    Reset statistics
    Statistics graphical interface
    Exercise: Statistics
    Collect statistics in Monitoring Results
    Exercise: Collect statistics and read reports
    Configure Domino Administrator to collect statistics
    Exercise: Local statistic collection
    Realtime statistics chart
    Chart options
    Exercise: Realtime statistic chart
    Historical chart
    Exercise: Historical chart
    Windows Performance Monitor

Topic 3: Database and Server Activity
    Method 1: Basic database activity
    Method 2: Database and user activity in the Domino Server Log
    Method 3: Database Catalog
    Exercise: Update Database Catalog
    Method 4: Activity logging
    Exercise: Enable activity logging
    Run Analyze\Activity tool
    Exercise: Run Analyze\Activity tool
    Method 5: Database analysis
    Method 6: Activity Trends
    Configure Activity Trends

Topic 4: Server Status and Monitoring
    Server Status
    Server Monitoring
    Start monitoring
    Change list of servers to monitor
    Save server list to profile
    Monitoring window
    Column sorting
    Switch tabs to find details
    Two monitoring views
    Add tasks to monitor
    Add statistics to monitor
    Monitoring preferences
    Polling time recommendations
    Exercise: Server Monitoring
    Server Health Monitor
    Enable Server Health Monitoring
    View health metrics
    Recommendations to restore health
    Exercise: Server Health Monitoring

Topic 5: Event Generators and Handlers
    Server tasks
    Event Generators overview
    Event Generator: Statistics
    Recommended replication threshold
    Event Handlers overview
    Event Handler for a specific Statistics event
    Pre-configured generic Event Handler

Topic 6: Non-Statistics Events
    Event Generator: Database
    Exercise: Monitor ACL changes
    Exercise: Monitor replication failure
    Event Generator: Domino Server Response
    Event Generator: Mail Routing
    Event Generator: Task Status
    Event Generator: TCP Server Response
    Handling events and simple events by type and severity
    Create generic Event Handler by event type and severity
    Monitoring Configuration Setup Wizards
    Server Monitoring Configuration Troubleshooting Wizard
    Create Event Handler from Remote Server Console
    Create Event Handler from Domino Server Log

Topic 7: Domino Domain Monitoring
    Review of Event Generator probes
    DDM objectives
    Compatibility and platforms
    Key elements of DDM
    Probe areas
    DDM probe views
    Create DDM probe
    Exercise: Define DDM probes
    Scheduled probes chart
    Probe results in the Domino Domain Monitor database
    Domino Domain Monitor ACL
    Domino Domain Monitor interface
    DDM Event document
    Exercise: Read DDM events
    Manually run a DDM probe
    DDM Server Collection Hierarchy
    Create a DDM Server Collection Hierarchy
    DDM replication
    DDM data collection failure
    DDM Filters
    Tivoli Enterprise Console Server settings

Topic 8: Domino Controller and Console
    Advantages of the Domino Console
    Advantages of the Domino Controller
    Installation and configuration
    Operate the Domino Controller and Console
    Commands
    Issue command to multiple servers
    Periodic commands
    Server access fields

Topic 9: Server Recovery and Diagnostic Collection
    Automatic Server Recovery
    Caveats
    Configure Automatic Server Recovery and diagnostic collection
    Diagnostic collection
    What to do with diagnostic files
    Third-party recovery tools

Topic 10: Server and Database Maintenance
    Recommended maintenance schedule
    Corrupt documents
    Database utilities
    FIXUP
    FIXUP NOTES.INI options
    Corrupt view indexes
    UPDALL
    UPDALL logging options
    COMPACT
    If all else fails
    Indirect (.IND) and < files
    Program documents
    Exercise: Run FIXUP from a Program document
    System-level maintenance
    Anti-virus software
    Server backup options
    Backup software
    What directories to back up
    Open files
    Exit a Server automatically
    Backup frequency
    Restore a deleted document

Topic 11: Server and Database Performance
    Server.Load utility
    Interpret Server.Load results
    Performance-enhancing options
    Option 1: Server performance tuning
    Option 2: Application performance tuning
    Option 3: Server workload balancing
    Option 4: Domino Directory optimization
    Option 5: Network compression
    Option 6: Hardware upgrade
    Option 7: Server clustering
    Option 8: Dedicated Domino Servers
    Performance resources

 
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