IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service: Why optimizing transaction logging matters

In this white paper we discuss the technical reasons why the IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) needs Domino transaction logging as a pre-requisite and describe how to configure transaction logging to best meet the needs of DAOS.

Andy Moore (andrew_g_moore@uk.ibm.com), Software Support Specialist, IBM

Andy Moore joined the IBM Software Support department of IBM Global Technical Services in 1999, before which he had a number of roles as not just the Domino System Administrator, but the only System Administrator at two SMBs. He has recently joined the European Competency Centre for Domino Support. Andy graduated from the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK, with a B.Eng in computer systems engineering in 1993. You can reach him at andrew_g_moore@uk.ibm.com.



18 May 2012

In this white paper we discuss the technical reasons why the IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) needs Domino transaction logging as a pre-requisite and describe how to configure transaction logging to best meet the needs of DAOS.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Why does DAOS need transaction logging?
  • Transaction logging for DAOS in practice
  • Impact of sub-optimal transaction log configuration
  • Other considerations
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • Author biography

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