Backing up Lotus Quickr data
You should regularly back up the data on your IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ server to prevent permanent loss. In particular, back up the data directory, which contains user data.
Determining server status on IBM i
Use the wrkdomsvr command to determine the status of an IBM Lotus Quickr server on IBM i. You must have *JOBCTL special authority to perform this task.
Updating statistics in the Place Catalog
Use the qptool placecatalog
command to push statistics that are not updated in real-time to the Place Catalog, to reset the LoginCounts, DocReadCounts, and PostingCounts place statistics to 0 to begin measuring them for a specific time period, or to synchronize statistics in Place documents between a master server and the other servers in a cluster.
Generating reports about servers
Use the qptool report
command to pull information from the Place Catalog to generate reports about servers that include these statistics: Name, Access Protocol, Access TCP Port, Access URL Prefix.
Registering and unregistering servers
Use the qptool register
command to register a new server in the Place Cataog. Use the qptool unregister
commands to reregister a server whose port or protocol settings have changed.
Recovering if the Place Catalog server goes down
If IBM Lotus Quickr servers share a Place Catalog server and the Place Catalog server stops, after the Place Catalog server is back up, use qptool
commands to update place statistics that are not recorded in real-time, or to unregister and reregister any places whose membership changed during the server downtime.
Tracking the number of active Lotus Quickr users
To track the number of active users of a IBM Lotus Quickr server, you use standard IBM Lotus Domino® Web server logging to log user access information to text files. Then you can use available tools to extract the names of each unique user.