Lotus Domino services take lots of memory, until console minimized-maximized.

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Hello, In several (if not all) locations of our company we have Lotus Domino memory issues. Slowly Domino services take up more and more memory, with nserver.exe, nupdate.exe, nadminp.exe on top. When I maximize then minimize (or other way round) the console window, almost all of the memory is freed. Then usage starts to build up slowly again. This can take 1 or more days. Usage can build up untill there is less than 100MB free of 1GB. This is problematic because there is less and less memory available to other applications. All Domino versions are 6.5.3. We use Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 installations on our servers, all with latest service packs.

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May be, IBM Lotus Notes/Domino memory model specification.

Domino is first allocated memory is 2/5 available memory space.
when the Domino require more memory space, then inclement allocate memory from free memory space.
when the Domino useless these are memory, Domino allocated memory space do not relase when restart server.

causes of ‘task manager’ seems to high rate allocate memory.

this problem solves to periodically server restart.

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