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When upgrading a server or moving datbases
I like to apply a little hygiene to my notes databases. So you can find
a little cmd file in the notes data directory, that fixes what needs to
nfixup -L -F -Y %1
ncompact -D -c -i -n -v -ZU %1
nupdall -R %1
nupdall -X %1
Running the script with the server down
has the advantage, thay you can fix the address book as well. On R8.5 you
want to have CREATE_R85_DATABASES=1
in the notes.ini. The only disadvantage: you need to type the password
4 times (unless your server doesn't need one). If you don't have a password,
you could add:
net start "domino (lotusnotesdata)"
<-- be sure to check your services for your settings!
at the end of the script and it would
relaunch your server after it has run. YMMV.
Update: There is a Linux
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