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How do you compact -c names.nsf if it is always busy?

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How do you compact -c names.nsf if it is always busy?
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You may have no choice but to shut down Domino service temporarily as part of your maintenance cycle, or do it on another server and copy it over


I hope this helps !
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thank you.
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