Sometimes my users delete a document in a DB and after that they couldn´t remember that they have deleted it. So I would have the option to see which person deleted a document. Maybe in the DB Access log or somewhere else.
Currently, a log on the Client is useless, because it does not save the information from the "Client console" (status bar) in log.nsf.
In the setting of the Client ("File -> Preferences...") there Log Settings, which has a tick "Enable Logging". Set it, but it does not affect on the ...
Although LOG.NSF comes out of the box with an automatic cleanup after "n" days, when you create domlog.nsf from domlog.ntf the agent to do that is disabled by default. Without paying attention, this file can quickly grow very very large. The default should be 10 days.
It would be very useful to know who changed a database quota, when it was changed & the before & after values. Otherwise, lazy administrators ignore the quota that should be enforced & increase quotas endlessly to placate complaining users.