Use this variable to include the Memcheck in the NSD file to be created when
the next server crash occurs
Valid Values are:
0 = do not incorporated memcheck output in NSD
1 = incorporated memcheck output in NSD
If a server crash occurs when this parameter is set, then the memcheck
is incorporated (integrated) into the NSD file that is created.
"Memcheck runs a scan of all shared memory segments in use by Notes
as well as the individual stack memory allocated to each process. Memcheck
determines if the memory segment format matches the expected format for the
memory segment. If Memcheck does not find what it expects in the memory
segment, it dumps the appropriate memory segment pool into a file with the
following syntax: memcheck.__mm_dd@hh_mm.dump"
How is the MEMCHECK function for a Lotus® Domino® server on the i5/OS®
MEMCHECK was added to the Domino for iSeries code at 6.0.5/6.5.4. Before
releases, MEMCHECK did not run on the i5/OS.
There are two ways to trigger MEMCHECK on the i5/OS.
1. load memcheck -k curr -d err -v 2
The first method listed is a Domino console command. The last parameter in
string "2" is the verbose level of the output. This can be 1, 2, 3, or 4.
Running this Domino console command creates a text file in the
IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT subdirectory called:
memcheck_mm_dd_yy@hh_nn_ss.log. (Where mm is month, dd is day, yy is year,
is hour, nn is minute, and ss is second.)
The second method is a Domino server NOTES.INI parameter. If a server crash
occurs when this parameter is set, then the memcheck output is incorporated
into the NSD file that is created.
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of
the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
NSD_Run_MemCheck=0 / 1
Lotus Notes/Domino 6.0.5
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