Create numerous Sametime servers on a Win2k3 server

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Domino
Domino Directory
Lotus Sametime
Windows Server 2003
I want to create five Sametime servers on a separate Win2k3 server. Does anyone know what the requirements are for this? Also, how I should configure our Lotus Domino server so that it replicates the Domino Directory on a regular basis?
ASKED: September 9, 2008  6:57 PM
UPDATED: September 10, 2008  2:57 PM

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This can be done by installing Sametime in partitioned mode, however, I would strongly advise against your plan. 5 is simply too many partitions for a standard Windows server. It doesn’t manage the memory well enough, and crashes can be problematic as restarting a single instance isn’t always possible. If you partition on Windows, I honestly wouldn’t go over 3, and that’s pushing it. 2 is about as many as I would want to do in a production environment.

As for replicating the Domino Directory, have your admin server initiate a replication of names.nsf to the other servers on whatever frequency you deem necessary. Usually every hour is sufficient.

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