HTTP request logging should be used only for troubleshooting specific
and usually at the direction of and with assistance from IBM Technical
Support. Do not use request logging for other purposes, such as administrative
reasons. Because these log files grow in size over time, you should not leave
this setting enabled for long periods or you will exhaust the available drive
To enable the default settings for requests logs, edit the Notes.INI and add
the following line:
HTTPEnableThreadDebug=1 (for the default level)
If you wish to log further information, then these lines can be added as
HTTPEnablePostDataLogging=1 (for client POST data)
HTTPEnableResponseContentLogging=1 (for server response data)
Alternately, these levels can be enabled dynamically via the Domino Server
"tell http debug thread on | off" (default level)
"tell http debug postdata on | off" (for client POST data)
"tell http debug responsedata on | off" (for server response data)
Domino creates a series of files with the name htthr*.log (for HTtp THRead),
for example, "firstname.lastname@example.org." See the section Thread Log
Format below for more information.
In most cases, the default level is sufficient. Due to file size
considerations, it is recommended that unless specifically needed, the
additional logging options not be enabled.
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of
the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
HTTPEnableThreadDebug=0 / 1
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