When Lotus Notes
® Traveler is configured for High Availability and is using an enterprise database, you must use the web based administration client to perform Lotus Notes
Traveler specific administration tasks, such as viewing devices and changing device settings.
If you use the Domino
® administrator client to open LotusTraveler.nsf
in this mode, you will be notified that the selected view is obsolete, and that the Lotus Notes
Traveler web based administration must be used. In High Availability mode, the administration data is no longer stored in the stand-alone LotusTraveler.nsf
database. Instead it is stored in the enterprise database that is accessed by all Lotus Notes
Traveler servers in the pool. Note that you may still use the Domino
administrator client to perform Domino
server specific configuration changes.
When launching the web based administration client, you can connect directly to any Lotus Notes
Traveler server in the pool and you will see the same view of the data as all Lotus Notes
The Servers view is available in the web based administration application, if the Lotus Notes
Traveler server is configured for High Availability. This view will show the following information and can be used to check on the availability of servers in the pool.
Table 1. Servers View
|Domino Name ||The Domino server name of the Lotus® Traveler server|
|Server Status ||Available - the server is running |
Unavailable - the server task is not running or the server is unreachable
|Availability Index ||0 to 100: The server is available. 100 means 100% available, 0 is 0% available. |
-100 to -1: The server is constrained due to load or resource availability. It will continue to process existing syncs but new syncs will not start. -100 is most constrained where -1 is least constrained.
-200: The server is running but it is not available for work from the load balancer. It will continue to handle users that have been explicitly bound to run on this server.
|Number of Users ||Number of users currently running on this server |
|Heartbeat ||Timestamp of the last time this server recorded that it was still alive. If the server is shutdown normally, then this value will be empty. Under normal operation, each Lotus Notes Traveler server updates the heartbeat every 60 seconds. |
|Build Level ||The version and build number of the Lotus Traveler server.|
|Host ||Fully qualified internet host name. |
|Port ||TCP Port number used in server to server communication for load balancing and session routing. |
|IP Address||IP address of the server that is used for server to server communication and session routing.|
Using Console commands
There are several Domino
console commands that are useful for administering a Lotus Notes
Traveler server pool. See Console commands
and High Availability commands
for more details on commands specific to a server pool.
Parent topic: Using the administration application