I am sure that I am not the only one who is in love with the technology and quickness of Ubuntu Server. It's lite and powerful. DB2 is supported on Ubuntu Server and I feel like Lotus should give Ubuntu Server a chance and support it. As a very stable ...
While Lotus contenues to tolerate slow and lacking Windows Server cycles, Apple contenues to put out a new and faster version of MacOSX Server every 14 - 18 months.
I would like to see Lotus Support fully and timley the MacOSX platform for Domino. It's stable, quick and mostly ...
Domino is still licenced on core value...
For quite some times now, it is almost impossible to get a 1 cpu machine with one core only. Everything comes in multiple of everything.
It would be nice to have the ability to install a Domino server and tell it ...
Using high quality java open source projects for specific tasks has a potential to make Notes development a lot easier. At least this is my experience.
Now a lot of those java os frameworks use some costly to create long live service objects. To mention a few examples: HibernateSessionFactory, or ...
Add support for Lotus Domino Server on Solaris on X86 hardware.
Some of my Lotus Domino 8 Servers and a 7.0.2 Webserver are running very well on Ubuntu (Debian) Linux. It is a very stable Operation System and it saves me from license costs.
BUT IBM doesn´t Support this OS. Only cost-intensive platforms are supported.
I think the title says it all. While I can fudge the install and run Domino on Liux x64, I'd love to be able to get full x64 support and the "unlimited" RAM usage that was added to Windows and AIX 64 bit versions of Domino,
Replication & Clustered replication are fantastic and rather unique technologies which appear to be about 95% there.
What is still lacking is consistency. Databases 'get out of sync'. The semi-official remedy is to *reactively * perform manual tasks such as clearing replication history and re-creating replicas. These measures are uncharacteristic of ...
Despite our Solaris servers having massive amounts of memory, Domino on Solaris is unable to address the majority of memory due to it still being a 32bit application. This restricts the amount of shared memory available to the HTTP task. So if there's code that is causing a memory leak ...