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Subject: DAOS - Reporting on Logical vs Physical Size
Feedback Type: Question
Product Area: Domino Server
Technical Area: Functionality
Platform: Windows
Release: 8.5.1
Reproducible: Not applicable

After doing some initial analysis on DAOS and in the process of deploying our first DAOS-enabled servers, I was wondering if anyone has been able to extract the Physical Size of a Lotus Notes Database programmatically, without shelling out to the underlying Operating System?

I noticed that the Domino Admin tool displays this value, but did not see any properties on the NotesDatabase (Lotuscript) or Database (Java) classes.

It looks like Size() method returns the Logical Size, which makes sense. I was just hoping to see a PhysicalSize() method introduced in version 8.5.x.

Thanks!
jv


Feedback number WEBB83CRXH created by John Vester on 03/08/2010

Status: Open
Comments:

DAOS - Reporting on Logical vs Phys... (John Vester 8.Mar.10)
. . I also want to see Physical size (Tim Rattray 13.Apr.12)




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