Transcation Logs in Lotus Domino

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Lotus Domino Server 7.x
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Hi Guys , Today i come with query regarding transaction logging in lotus domino. Will you please tell me If i am transaction loggin once domino restart / system failure after run the recovery session fixup will run or not. and if i am using archive transaction logging and i have 100 GB for that then how many .txn file will be create on system and what will be size of that each txn file.

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Normally, Domino 7 <ul>will</ul> run Fixup automatically when it restarts if you leave the default NOTES.INI settings:

<i>Run Fixup only as needed against selected databases to fix corrupted views and
documents. For databases that are transaction logged, there should never be a reason to
run Fixup (unless requested to by the Support Center) if the Translog_AutoFixup
parameter in NOTES.INI is set to 1. This setting will cause Domino to automatically repair
any databases with corruption issues.
</i>

Individual .txn files will grow to a maximum of 64Mb each. See:

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27003543

That means you will accumulate up to 1,600 .txn logs in your 100Mb allocated for logging.

Keep in mind, just like with SQL, the transaction logs will be merged into the main domino database files and disappear <ul>only</ul> when you run a FULL backup of the database.

You can find a wonderful document for planning and managing your Domino 7 server here:

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpapers/pdfs/redp4182.pdf

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