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Explanation: Specifies the number of minutes of inactivity after which the server automatically terminates network and mobile connections. The minimum recommended setting is 30-45 minutes. A lower se
Explanation: When mail journaling, compression and encryption are in use, there are cases for which Domino performs unnecessary conversions between LZ1 and Huffman encoding. The ENABLE_LZ1_ENCRYPTED_
SMTPTimeoutMultiplier should only be used with great care
Explanation: The default SMTP connection time out is 3 minutes. The default value for SMTPTimeoutMultiplier is 1. Increasing SMTPTimeoutMultiplier to 3 will cause connections to remain open for 9 min
DominoDisableETags should not be used
Explanation: Domino 6.0.1 introduces the use of Entity tags (ETags) for cache validation. ETags, which were introduced in HTTP/1.1, are server-defined tokens that uniquely identify multiple instances
Explanation: Beginning with Domino 8.5 there are many more files installed under 'domino' directory of the the data directory. Some contents, like 'domino/js', have been blocked from access via Domin
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This setting disables Domino Directory view rebuilds during batch file processing. It
specifies which views in the Domino Directory the LDAP service updates after processing an LDAP write operation.
0 = After a write operation the LDAP service updates all the Domino Directory views it uses
1 = After a write operation the LDAP service updates only the ($LDAPRDNHier) view and waits for the Update task to update the other views it uses
Large sets of LDAP additions can be processed more quickly when LDAPBatchAdds=1.
When absent, Directory views are updated after processing each LDAP write operation. This default behavior is equivalent to LDAPBatchAdds=0
When the LDAP adds are complete, immediately remove the setting or change it back to LDAPBatchAdds=0. Failure to immediately remove or change this setting back to 0 after completing the batch processing will cause subsequent LDAP operations to be unreliable.
Domino Configuration Tuner:
This setting is included in the
catalog of best practices.
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