domino server 7 shut down automatically

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Lotus Domino Server 7.x
Windows XP
I have moved my domino server 7 to a window xp platform recently. the server is manily used for holding a size over 10G database which is constantly and intensively accessed by over 70 people in several cities. However, for the last 10 days, the domino server has shut down without any reason by itself in 3 occassions (the window xp is normal without restart). I have checked the window xp log or the domino server log but can't find any clue? What could be the reason ?
ASKED: March 5, 2008  8:19 AM
UPDATED: March 7, 2008  2:56 PM

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You going to have to turn up the logging by going into the Notes.ini and changing the setting to get more logging. I think the default on the setting is 2. 1 in only errors and 5 is full on Debug. Next you going to need to google the NSD Lotus Trouble shooting. This will give you all the details to trouble shoot the problem.

MEMORY is important to Domino, not CPU. I have a DOMINO Server with a Dual Pentium III 1Ghz and it’s a screamer, not because the PIII was such a super hot chip but because I have over 4GB of RAM. You need to feed the beast and the beast needs RAM. If you have less than 2 GB in that server. Beef it up. Your probably starving DOMINO.

I strongly urge you to call IBM. All licensed users are support through IBM support. They will help you. You will need to have your comany number. You might also need your IBM Passport number, but that might only be needed for download support.

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