I am currently experiencing speed issues with Lotus Notes applications. Essentially, record opening, editing and script actioning will become slow sometimes during a session for a short period of time but more often for a prolonged period 30minutes to 2 hours.
The applications are used everyday but the problem dosen't occur daily and dosen't appear to be isolated to a single application. The applications are run in a client server setup via a 2mb MPLS link so naturally there is alot of diag work going on surrounding the WAN network.
However, we are also looking from the client side. As part of this effort the following notes.ini settings have been enabled:
Firstly, does anybody have any reference or guidance on interpreting the output of these files? Obviously, they are very verbose but we are trying to pick up trends when the user experiences slow periods of use in the application.
The file attached represents a session in which response times degredated to the point the user noticed slow response times for around 10 minutes and then got better again. The user logged the time this happened and we cross referenced the log attached.
Lines 737 - 1094 (between 10:11am and 10:17am) do reflect that every action took longer during this period but help with interpretation would be appreciated.
1) Why is everything in ms? And why was the user noticing speed delays in seconds and yet the log is reflecting ms.
2) What are the actions the db are performing?
3) Is it right to interpret the log as a reflection of the delays in performing actions that the user saw?
Many thanks for your expert help