The information Abushahd states below is accurate, but is old when it is reported.
From your mention of “notes.ino” (sic) settings, I am assuming you are a server admin and should have the Lotus Domino Admin client installed. In that client, choose the Server tab and the Database Users option. You can then find the database and see how many and, specifically, who is accessing the database at any given moment.
To see a summary of activity for the day-week-month, you can check the properties as Gina suggests. A table of information based on the User Details is also populated to the database’s document in the server Catalog each night (at the root of the server, file name Catalog.nsf).
There are other more advanced monitoring techniques, but this is pretty much all I know. Take Server Admin training, available at tlcc.com, for full information, and google some search terms to find more references on ibm.com.
If you are the Lotus Notes Domino Administrator ,,, do the following
– right click the database
– click properties
– click the ( i)
– click the ” User Detailes”
Then watch what is going on…
Best Wishes …