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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Coexistence of Multiple Lotus Domino Releases in an LPAR Environment on the IBM eServer iSeries Server
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2003
©2003
Descript 1 online resource (128 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. Concepts and benefits of IBM Lotus Domino with logical partitions -- 1.1 Why multiple Domino releases on the same iSeries server -- 1.1.1 Domino on iSeries without LPAR -- 1.1.2 The benefits of LPAR on iSeries for Domino users and administrators -- 1.2 LPAR on iSeries definition and concepts -- 1.2.1 LPAR concepts -- 1.2.2 LPAR resource map -- 1.3 Common scenarios of Domino release coexistence using LPAR -- 1.3.1 Scenario 1: Coexistence of Domino 6 and Domino R5 in two LPARs -- 1.3.2 Scenario 2: Performance gain for Domino using two LPARs, virtual processors -- 1.3.3 Scenario 3: International and high availability for Domino 6 using three LPARs -- 1.3.4 Scenario 4: Environment with a thin primary LPAR, three secondary production LPARs, and one... -- Chapter 2. Planning and design guide -- 2.1 Planning for LPAR -- 2.1.1 How many LPARs is enough -- 2.1.2 Physical roadmap planning -- 2.2 Planning for Domino products -- 2.2.1 Planning for Domino server products -- 2.2.2 Planning for Domino collaborative products -- 2.2.3 Domino APIs and application considerations -- 2.2.4 Resources for upgrading Domino and migrating between releases -- 2.2.5 Building the combined hardware and software roadmap -- 2.2.6 Hardware planning roadmap -- 2.3 Skills building roadmap -- 2.3.1 Required skills -- 2.3.2 Skilled resources and training available -- 2.3.3 Skills roadmap planning -- 2.4 Performance design and sizing roadmap -- 2.4.1 Performance considerations -- 2.4.2 Switchable resources -- 2.4.3 The IBM eServer Workload Estimator -- 2.4.4 Using IBM eServer Workload Estimator -- 2.4.5 Moving resources between LPARs -- 2.4.6 Disks and risks for the technically proficient
2.4.7 Disks and risks for the less technically skilled -- 2.4.8 Partition design: Installing new hardware -- 2.4.9 Planning your own upgrade roadmap -- 2.4.10 Internal LPAR-to-LPAR TCP/IP communications: The invisible LAN -- Chapter 3. Installation and setup guide -- 3.1 Scenario description -- 3.1.1 Example scenario -- 3.2 Before you start: A reference guide -- 3.2.1 Planning for an LPAR installation -- 3.2.2 LPAR Validation Tool (LVT) -- 3.2.3 Domino requirements -- 3.3 Setting up LPAR for multiple Domino servers -- 3.3.1 Verifying the LPAR configuration -- 3.3.2 Setting up partition-to-partition communication for virtual LAN -- 3.3.3 Configuring TCP/IP for virtual LAN -- 3.3.4 Verifying the virtual LAN -- 3.4 Installing and setting up multiple Domino servers in LPAR -- 3.4.1 Compatibility between OS/400 and Domino -- 3.4.2 Installing and configuring Domino R5 in the secondary partition -- 3.4.3 Registering a second Domino server in the Domino domain -- 3.4.4 Installing and configuring Domino 6 in the primary partition -- 3.4.5 Updating the Domino server documents -- 3.4.6 Updating the NOTES.INI file in OS/400 partitions -- Appendix A. Tips and techniques -- Recommended tasks you should perform -- LPAR planning and configuration -- Domino recommendation -- TCP/IP connectivity -- Tasks you should not perform -- Balancing and allocating memory between partitions -- Backup and recovery -- Problem determination reference -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other publications -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Index -- Back cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Coexistence of Multiple Lotus Domino Releases in an LPAR Environment on the IBM eServer iSeries Server Durham : I B M,c2003 9780738425856
Subject Content manager.;Electronic data processing -- Backup processing alternatives.;Data recovery (Computer science)
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