That ini setting is client only. You will put that as well as
Create_R9_Databases=1 in the Desktop Policy settings.

The server will need to have Create_R9_Databases=1 for server ODS updates.


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Chris
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On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 2:00 PM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I decided to try this notes.ini entry
NSF_UpdateODS=1
instead of the old
Create_R85_Databases=1
So I deleted Create_R85_Databases=1
and ran SET CONFIG NSF_UpdateODS=1
Now the last line of notes.ini is
NSF_UpdateODS=1

These log.nsf entries were a little disconcerting
set configuration NSF_UpdateODS=1
04/20/2015 13:37:15 Create_R85_Databases changed to 0.
I verified I no longer have any Create_R85_Databases line.

Then I ran the compact:
load compact help/i400help.nsf -c
04/20/2015 13:49:49 Informational, database design compression is
enabled in database help/i400help.nsf.
04/20/2015 13:49:49 Informational, document data compression is enabled
in database help/i400help.nsf.
04/20/2015 13:49:49 Informational, LZ1 is enabled in database
help/i400help.nsf.
04/20/2015 13:49:49 Compacting help/i400help.nsf (Domino 8 for System i
Help), help/i400help.nsf -c
04/20/2015 13:49:53 Recovery Manager: Assigning new DBIID for
/gdi01/notes/data/help/i400help.nsf (need new backup for media recovery).
04/20/2015 13:49:54 Compacted help/i400help.nsf, 0K bytes recovered
(0%), help/i400help.nsf -c
04/20/2015 13:49:54 Database compactor process shutdown

File format is still R6 (43:0)

Release 9.0.1FP3
Product ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . : 5733LD9
PTF
ID Status
SE19014 Temporarily applied
FP69013 Temporarily applied
FP69012 Permanently applied
FP69011 Superseded



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