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We are running a domino server on a AS400 box model 170. Our Notes seems very slow when we do a wrkactjob on the AS400 it is showing that
the CPU is at about 65% all the time when we do backup or replicate it is
maxed out. Is our box under sized or is there just a fix for this?The Domino people are blaming the AS400 and vise versa for the AS400 people.
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by:roosterup
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For better performance, try to limit the active users per partition. multiple partitions let you split different types of Domino users into their own servers to avoid competition for the same resources.  Several variables in the Domino server's NOTES.INI file can boost Domino performance.  Use the following command: EDTF STMF('notes/data/notes.ini'). Check out servertasks.  Set the notes_shared_dpoolsize environment variable: ADDENVVAR ENVVAR(notes_shared_dpoolsize).  There's a redbook out there for installing Domino on the 400 with some performance tips in it, also a "best practices guide" at www.notes.net.
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v_purbhe earned 100 total points
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Wrkactjob command itself takes a lot of resources of the system. Try and improve on the memory of the system, it should help. Also Add additional share pools to the system, By working on ASP.
This should solve the problem.
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Thank you
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