By default Domino logs user activity for
a database in each database. That
task consumes resources, so you can deactivate it.
However, user activity logging is
a great tool for monitoring unauthorized access to certain data, so you
should maintain it on vital application data.
(There is also Activity
Logging and Activity Trends
completely different feature that is a super set of this user activity
logging described in this post.)
To access user activity logging, open
the database properties, select the information tab an then click on the
button "user detail"
Here is a snapshot of user activity logging
To deactivate the logging you need to add the following parameter to the
notes.ini of your Domino server:
You will need to restart your Domino server
through your server configuration document
What is the purpose of this parameter?
Its role is to enforce Domino not to record the activity logging on database
you do not want this information to get recorded.
To completely deactivate the activity logging functionality, you do need
to open each database and uncheck the option "Record activity"