What happens if you issue an HTTP command


Also did you run an NSD before trying to Quit the HTTP task?
So we can review what HTTP was trying to do?

Walter Scanlan
Senior Software Engineer
WPLC - Domino, Sametime, Portal on Power Systems
Cloud Computing
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From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 02/28/2012 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: May migrate Sametime off of i
Sent by: domino400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx

I'm thinking http is hung somehow. tell http quit is not killing it. I
will not ENDJOB http as that will kill the server. People are able to use

the chat function successfully and I won't kill that during work. (See
also the other pmr about sametime taking hours to restart-although I think

we have a workaround for that).

Yes all 8 Domino servers run in base.


IBM just had me kick up Max Act to 2500

I am not thinking it is a performance issue. May be hard for some to
believe, but IBM does occasionally have 'glitches' and I have a tendency
to do odd things (some really stupid) which pushes the envelope. This
pushing sometimes exposes some glitches. Since IBM is working on this, if

they tell me to use a certain activity level - I am going with that. But
I will listen to you though and appreciate your thoughts.

Rob Berendt

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