Domino 6.5/BES 4.0.6

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Domino 6.5
I have 2 servers. One is the Domino server and the other Blackberry server. When the blackberry server is up Domino server CPU is 100%. If I bring the down the blackberry server, Domino server CPU drops to 10 or 20%. Any suggestions.
ASKED: January 31, 2008  7:52 PM
UPDATED: February 1, 2008  2:43 PM

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A lot depends on the server hardware and how many users are on your Domino servers. Have you met or exceeded the minimum requirments for server hardware? Are there more than 500 BB users? How many Domino mail users?
Without knowing any of that, one thing that may help is to change the frequency of polling that the BES server does against the Domino mail files. I believe the default is 30 seconds. If you increase that to 2 minutes, you should see a decreased load.

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  • RoyRod
    I haven't exceeded the minimum requirements on any of the server. We have plenty of hard drive space, Memory and CPU. The domino server only has 150 users and we have 110 blackberry users. I'll change the frequency of polling and see what happens. If you have any other suggestions let me. Thanks
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