Let's keep this simple.  All I wanted to know was, when writing an API to 
list the domino servers, how big should I make the structure?

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Run the formula for NSF Buffer Pool size (as a start) and hopefully they 
will come out to 300+ MB for all of the partitions you want to create. 
>From experience your resources (CPU, memory, disk) are going to limit the 

supportable number of partitions or you will pay with "poor" performance, 
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Originally, I believe it was 16 (for 4.6.2, which IBM claimed was
artificially enforced until they could test higher numbers), but the last
number I heard was 99 (somewhere in the 5.x codestream).  I don't know if
that is how many IBM will support you trying to use, or how many they had
successfully tested.  Basically, it sounded like the limit is whatever 
your
hardware would support, which of course is highly dependent on how big a
horse you are riding...

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