Thanks Tony,

Why might I need to run it in batch? Will it chew up system resources if I
run it in interactive? I need to run it across all databases on the domino
server.

(Sorry, I'm not very iSeries literate!)

Regards,

John Lofthouse
Jordans Information Systems
(0117) 918 1257

Jordans Limited
Registered in England and Wales No. 865285.
Registered office: 21 St Thomas Street, Bristol BS1 6JS



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Here's the command:

RUNDOMCMD SERVER(ServerName) CMD(CALL PGM(QNOTES/COMPACT)
PARM('mail/mailfile.nsf' '-c'))

You may need to run it in batch.

Tony Dezanet
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IBM Software Group, Lotus
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Date:
03/23/2011 12:38 PM
Subject:
Offline ncompact on iSeries Domino server




Good afternoon,

Can anyone tell me how I do an offline compact with a -c flag on an
iSeries-based Domino server please?

In Windows, this would involve going to a command prompt and into the
Lotus/Domino folder and using ncompact -c. I tried this by mapping a
Windows drive to the IFS but had no joy.

Regards,

John Lofthouse
Jordans Information Systems
(0117) 918 1257

Jordans Limited
Registered in England and Wales No. 865285.
Registered office: 21 St Thomas Street, Bristol BS1 6JS


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