I was reading
and it recommends a minimum DAOS size of 1,048,576.
The recommendations are set to the above to avoid overwhelming the file
system and backup utilities.
We currently have this set to:
Our NOTES01 server has 7 'containers' (DAOS/000# directories).
Our ARCHIVE1 server has 40 containers.
Each holds a maximum of 40,000 nlo's. WRKLNK can't display them all with
option 5 (I wonder if it's the old 9999 subfile limitation? CPDA092).
EDTF '/notes01/notes/data/DAOS/0001' (or option 2 to edit on the directory
itself) works just dandy to list them all.

There's a document on how to change your daos size

Will the DAOS estimator go the reverse and tell us what the size of these
nsf's will be after changing to the recommended value?
We also have
- Use LZ1 compression for attachments
- Compress database design
- Compress document data
all turned on.

Comments welcome.

Rob Berendt

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