All,

New to the AS400 here.  Is there a best practice or recommended way to 
implement the transaction logging on an AS400?  By that I mean should this 
be a separate controller/drive?  I know on a windows server they recommend 
a separate disk/controller for your transaction logs so it can do both 
writes at the same time.

Hope this makes sense.  Thanks for any info you can provide.

Brian


Brian Rutherford
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I "think" that if you did a WRKDOMSVR and used option 12 to see the data 
directory that you should be able to save that directory.  Then on a 
different machine make sure it has the same version of Domino loaded. 
Restore your server and do a CFGDOMSVR and get it back into the other misc 

'/QIBM/UserData/Lotus' genre of directories.  Make sense?  A little TCP/IP 

configuration may be needed (ADDTCPIFC stuff).  But I have a tendency to 
save a few of these directories nightly anyway.

Rob Berendt

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