Just to clarify, We currently have a R5 server on our Test AS/400 and want
to add an R6 server.  Is that a feasible option.  I am reading this Redbook
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/pdfs/sg246940.pdf and it looks like
it is not.

Thanks,

Dave Bednarcik
Email: DaveBednarcik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Work #: (201)263-5186
Fax # : (201)263-5455


                                                                                
                                                         
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Dave,
        Domino 5 requires you install Advanced Services.  (An optional
install of 5769LNT).
Running Domino 5 or 6, when you configure a server you must select the
option Partition.
If you already have a server configured, end it and issue a CHGDOMSVR
adding Partition.

        Of course you must have a system able to support the workload of
addtional servers.
We have many customers running as many as 25 Domino Servers on a single
LPAR.

Walter Scanlan
Senior Software Engineer
Domino For iSeries
Internet  WSCANLAN@xxxxxxxxxx
CLP R4, R5 and Domino 6
Phone 507-286-6088





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I believe it is possible to have multiple Domino Servers on one AS/400. Is
there anything special that needs to be done?

Thanks,

Dave Bednarcik
Email: DaveBednarcik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Work #: (201)263-5186
Fax # : (201)263-5455

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