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Improving IBM Lotus Notes Client 8.5.x performance and stability: An IBM Field Service Engineer's report

Elliott Harden (elliott_harden@us.ibm.com), Field Service Engineer, IBM
Elliott Harden is a Senior Managing Consultant with IBM Software Services for Lotus, operating as a North America Field Engineer and Advanced Values Specialist. He has worked for IBM for 12 years, spending his entire career in the Lotus brand, is an IBM Level Two Certified IT Specialist, and holds multiple certifications in the Lotus area. Elliott is a husband and the father of two rambunctious 5- and 2-year-old boys.

Summary:  This white paper explains how to improve IBM Lotus Notes Client 8.5.x performance from the perspectives of the operating system and applications. It is based on recommendations made to customers in real-life production environments that, when implemented, will increase performance for the Lotus Notes and the entire OS as a whole.

Date:  15 Dec 2011
Level:  Intermediate

Activity:  7483 views
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This white paper explains how to improve IBM Lotus Notes® Client 8.5.x performance from the perspectives of the operating system and applications. It is based on recommendations made to customers in real-life production environments that, when implemented, will increase performance for the Lotus Notes and the entire OS as a whole.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Operating system performance
  • Addressing hard drive indexing
  • Addressing hard drive fragmentation
  • Improving Windows cold boot startup / boot storm duration
  • Client-level performance
  • Conclusions
  • Resources
  • About the author

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Elliott Harden is a Senior Managing Consultant with IBM Software Services for Lotus, operating as a North America Field Engineer and Advanced Values Specialist. He has worked for IBM for 12 years, spending his entire career in the Lotus brand, is an IBM Level Two Certified IT Specialist, and holds multiple certifications in the Lotus area. Elliott is a husband and the father of two rambunctious 5- and 2-year-old boys.

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