Lotus Domino R5 for Sun Solaris 8

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 21 November 2001

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ISBN-10: 073842322X
ISBN-13: 9780738423227
IBM Form #: SG24-5969-01
(452 pages)

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Authors: David Morrison, Uwe Wiest, Rudolf Utzschneider, Eric Dolce, Chris O'Donnell, Carmen Spieker, Valerie Walker

Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication tells you how to run Lotus Domino R5.0.8 on the Sun Solaris 8 Operating Environment. (It contains information that has been revised and updated from the previous edition, which addresses Domino R5.0.2a and Solaris 7.) While the Lotus Domino server is platform-independent, each platform it runs on requires some additional platform-specific knowledge and configuration in order to ensure it operates efficiently and at maximum capability.

The primary focus is to explain the installation, configuration, and performance tuning of Domino R5 in this environment. We take you through all the steps required to run a Domino R5 server on Solaris 8, from choosing the right hardware, installing Solaris and Domino, tuning the OS and the Domino server and performing administrative tasks, through to problem determination and troubleshooting.

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Domino R5 for Sun Solaris
2. Sizing and configuration of Solaris
3. Installing Domino R5 on Sun Solaris
4. Tuning Domino server on Solaris
5. Domino advanced services
6. Administration
7. Security
8. Domino Directory services
9. Domino R5 as a Web server
10. Enterprise integration
11. Backup strategy for Domino R5 on Solaris
12. Diagnostics and troubleshooting
13. Lotus iNotes Web Access
Appendix A: Using Notes C API to make your own backup tool
Appendix B: Creating a UNIX partition
Appendix C: Installing Domino using domsetup
Appendix D: Domino and syslog
Appendix E: Example TCP Port Notes.ini settings
Appendix F: Example script to start and shut down a Domino server
Appendix G: Domino IP resolve process

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