Jose, 

You need to post the details of your NSD crash file here if you want any 
help from us.
This is the same file IBM looks at when there is a crash as you describe. 
The Domino 
log.nsf file is not enough. 

The crash file or NSD file is generated in the Domino data directory on 
the IFS and should have a name like
this  ---> nsd_04_02_06@03_58 >

FTP that file off of your iSeries and convert it to text. You can paste 
the results here. 

Simply search for "Fatal" and copy paste any of that to this forum. It 
will identify the
job and process module that is cauing the crash.

If we can help I am sure someone here on this forum will reply.

Regards and good luck. 


Sean





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message: 1
date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 13:27:55 -0400
from: GKern@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: LotusScript example

Thanks Gregg. I've actually got a working button and the only thing I need 

to do is use the 'getevironmentstring' to return the actual location of 
the file.

We have some users where the install went into C:\lotus\notes\data and 
then others that went into C:\program files\lotus\notes\data.

Other than that, this peice of code is going to be a big help for globally 

getting backups of ID files on a regular basis.

Regards, Jerry

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date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 13:35:44 -0400
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subject: Re: LotusScript example


Jerry:

That GetEnvironment... should do the trick. I know that you are probably
99% of the way there, but I just found this:

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/46dom.nsf/55c38d716d632d9b8525689b005ba1c0/ae8b70ed89daca8985256c8b008341c9?OpenDocument



I would have preferred to provide you with the script that I used, but I'm
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message: 3
date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 09:28:14 +1000
from: Nathan Simpson <nathan@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Domino licensing with Sametime

Hi Tom,

I thought I read that you should put Sametime on its own Domino partition.

We have a Domino partition for mail and apps etc which we pay a license 
fee for and we have another Domino partition which has just Sametime 
installed which we only use for IM.

So what you are saying is, we would only pay for 1 Domino server and any 
IM clients that used the proper IM client plus obviously all our Notes 
clients.

Thanks

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message: 4
date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 01:45:25 -0400
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subject: Re: Domino licensing with Sametime

It sounds like you are OK. If you are under license for a current Domino 
server, you can already run multiple partitions on the same machine. 
However, if you wanted to run Instant Messaging on its own server (single 
partition) you would be licensed to the Domino server as long as it was 
only used to serve instant messaging. 
====================================
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Hi Tom,

I thought I read that you should put Sametime on its own Domino partition.

We have a Domino partition for mail and apps etc which we pay a license 
fee for and we have another Domino partition which has just Sametime 
installed which we only use for IM.

So what you are saying is, we would only pay for 1 Domino server and any 
IM clients that used the proper IM client plus obviously all our Notes 
clients.

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date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 09:38:56 -0500
from: Jose Del Risco <JDelRisco@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Server Crashes running 7.0.1 on iSeries

Hello All,

We recently migrated a Windows based server to our new iSeries.  Every 
user
on this server are web mail users.  We have no full clients accessing this
server.  Now that we have moved to the new platform, the server will not 
go
longer then 3 hours and sometimes only 15 minutes, without ending
abnormally.  The server will restart right away but this is a big problem.
As I go through the log, the only errors that I notice are seemingly 
random
messages that say "The server is not responding.  The server may be down 
or
you may be experiencing network problems.  Contact your system
administrator".  I say seemingly random because I have tied the appearnace
of this message on the console to attempts at scheduleing a meeting or
resource in the RnR database.  The user gets the same error message on
their screen.  I am unsure as to if this is a contributing factor in the
server crashes but it is the only error message in the logs that I cant
fix.  The server crashes on the same HTTP task with the same MEMLOCK error
everytime.  Anyone have any clues?

Thanks,
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message: 6
date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:04:17 -0500
from: "Patrick Trapp" <ptrapp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Server Crashes running 7.0.1 on iSeries

You might get more information by turning up the level of detail on your 
logs, if you haven't already.  I would guess that there is a configuration 

error somewhere, but am not sure where.  I find it interesting that your 
server is showing "server not responding" errors as opposed to just your 
clients -- do you have the server listed in its own hosts table?  I 
mistakenly cleaned out an entry from my hosts table a while back and broke 

all sorts of things...

As irritating as this issue sounds, I probably would be on the phone with 
IBM tech support by now...

Patrick




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Hello All,

We recently migrated a Windows based server to our new iSeries.  Every 
user
on this server are web mail users.  We have no full clients accessing this
server.  Now that we have moved to the new platform, the server will not 
go
longer then 3 hours and sometimes only 15 minutes, without ending
abnormally.  The server will restart right away but this is a big problem.
As I go through the log, the only errors that I notice are seemingly 
random
messages that say "The server is not responding.  The server may be down 
or
you may be experiencing network problems.  Contact your system
administrator".  I say seemingly random because I have tied the appearnace
of this message on the console to attempts at scheduleing a meeting or
resource in the RnR database.  The user gets the same error message on
their screen.  I am unsure as to if this is a contributing factor in the
server crashes but it is the only error message in the logs that I cant
fix.  The server crashes on the same HTTP task with the same MEMLOCK error
everytime.  Anyone have any clues?

Thanks,
Jose del Risco
Oshkosh Truck Corporation


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message: 7
date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:10:31 -0500
from: Jose Del Risco <JDelRisco@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Server Crashes running 7.0.1 on iSeries

Patrick,

I have been on the phone with IBM support for 3 days with no progress 
other
then for them to tell me they have escalated it to Development for further
investigation.  Since they have been no help, I figured that I would ask
the people who actually do this for a living from day to day.  I will turn
up the level of detail in my log to see if I find anything else.  I am new
to administration of Domino servers on an iSeries.  Where would I check to
see if I have the server listed in its own host table?

Thanks for all the help,
Jose del Risco
Oshkosh Truck


 
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error somewhere, but am not sure where.  I find it interesting that your
server is showing "server not responding" errors as opposed to just your
clients -- do you have the server listed in its own hosts table?  I
mistakenly cleaned out an entry from my hosts table a while back and broke
all sorts of things...

As irritating as this issue sounds, I probably would be on the phone with
IBM tech support by now...

Patrick




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Hello All,

We recently migrated a Windows based server to our new iSeries.  Every
user
on this server are web mail users.  We have no full clients accessing this
server.  Now that we have moved to the new platform, the server will not
go
longer then 3 hours and sometimes only 15 minutes, without ending
abnormally.  The server will restart right away but this is a big problem.
As I go through the log, the only errors that I notice are seemingly
random
messages that say "The server is not responding.  The server may be down
or
you may be experiencing network problems.  Contact your system
administrator".  I say seemingly random because I have tied the appearnace
of this message on the console to attempts at scheduleing a meeting or
resource in the RnR database.  The user gets the same error message on
their screen.  I am unsure as to if this is a contributing factor in the
server crashes but it is the only error message in the logs that I cant
fix.  The server crashes on the same HTTP task with the same MEMLOCK error
everytime.  Anyone have any clues?

Thanks,
Jose del Risco
Oshkosh Truck Corporation


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message: 8
date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:25:32 -0500
from: "Patrick Trapp" <ptrapp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Server Crashes running 7.0.1 on iSeries

You didn't mention support, so I wasn't going to assume they were involved 

yet.  I had a client-side issue that the list was tired of hearing about 
after three months of time with tech support, so I know where you are 
coming from.

Regarding the hosts table, assuming you have access to a profile with 
sufficient access (I'm not guru enough to tell you what access is actually 

necessary, but I use the QSECOFR profile to get the job done), type CFGTCP 

on the command line and go to option 10.

On our server, I have the full hostname (mail.myserver.com) as well as the 

Domino server name (DominoServer/DominoDomain) listed.  The Domino server 
name being removed is what caused the problems I alluded to earlier.

Hope that helps,
Patrick




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I have been on the phone with IBM support for 3 days with no progress 
other
then for them to tell me they have escalated it to Development for further
investigation.  Since they have been no help, I figured that I would ask
the people who actually do this for a living from day to day.  I will turn
up the level of detail in my log to see if I find anything else.  I am new
to administration of Domino servers on an iSeries.  Where would I check to
see if I have the server listed in its own host table?

Thanks for all the help,
Jose del Risco
Oshkosh Truck


 
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error somewhere, but am not sure where.  I find it interesting that your
server is showing "server not responding" errors as opposed to just your
clients -- do you have the server listed in its own hosts table?  I
mistakenly cleaned out an entry from my hosts table a while back and broke
all sorts of things...

As irritating as this issue sounds, I probably would be on the phone with
IBM tech support by now...

Patrick




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Hello All,

We recently migrated a Windows based server to our new iSeries.  Every
user
on this server are web mail users.  We have no full clients accessing this
server.  Now that we have moved to the new platform, the server will not
go
longer then 3 hours and sometimes only 15 minutes, without ending
abnormally.  The server will restart right away but this is a big problem.
As I go through the log, the only errors that I notice are seemingly
random
messages that say "The server is not responding.  The server may be down
or
you may be experiencing network problems.  Contact your system
administrator".  I say seemingly random because I have tied the appearnace
of this message on the console to attempts at scheduleing a meeting or
resource in the RnR database.  The user gets the same error message on
their screen.  I am unsure as to if this is a contributing factor in the
server crashes but it is the only error message in the logs that I cant
fix.  The server crashes on the same HTTP task with the same MEMLOCK error
everytime.  Anyone have any clues?

Thanks,
Jose del Risco
Oshkosh Truck Corporation


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