IBM® Lotus Notes® Traveler keeps additional configuration data in the Domino data directory\traveler\cfg
directory. In general it is not necessary to modify any of these files, but there are three files worth mentioning.
These files are created the first time that Lotus Notes Traveler starts and they are created from the template version of the file in the same directory.
contains some synchronization and server parameters, including default values for devices such as logging level, attachment size, and some server timeouts. For more information about timeouts, see Tuning performance of the server
contains the server logging settings. Most log settings can be configured from Tell commands or the server document. However, it can be useful to edit this file directly if you want to change the log location, for example, to write logs to a different hard disk.
contains the servlet logging settings. As with the server logging settings, you would generally modify this file only if changing the log location for the servlet log files. You can also change the LogLevel value from this file.
For changes to the configuration files to take effect, you must restart the Lotus Notes Traveler and HTTP servers. To revert to default settings, delete the files and restart the Lotus Notes Traveler and HTTP servers
Parent topic: Lotus Notes Traveler server settings