Lotus Domino 6 for z/OS : Performance Tuning and Capacity Planning.

By: Redbooks, IBMPublisher: Durham : I B M, 2003Copyright date: ©2003Description: 1 online resource (228 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: Subject(s): Client/server computing.;Information theoryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Lotus Domino 6 for z/OS : Performance Tuning and Capacity PlanningDDC classification: 005.2/768 LOC classification: HF5548.4.L673 -- L68 2003ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. What's new in Domino 6 -- 1.1 The unique benefits of z/OS as a Domino platform -- 1.2 General recommendations -- 1.3 What's new in Lotus Domino Release 6 for z/OS -- 1.3.1 Performance improvements -- 1.3.2 Usability improvements -- 1.4 More to come -- 1.5 What's New in Lotus Domino 6 and Lotus Notes 6 -- 1.5.1 What's new in Lotus Notes 6 for end users -- 1.5.2 What's new in Lotus Domino 6 for Domino administrators -- 1.5.3 What's new in Lotus Domino 6 for Domino designers/developers -- 1.5.4 What's new about Lotus Domino 6 servers -- 1.5.5 Cross-platform summary -- Chapter 2. z/OS tuning -- 2.1 Recommendations -- 2.2 Planning the server architecture -- 2.2.1 z/OS address spaces -- 2.2.2 Multiple Domino servers -- 2.2.3 Domino on symmetric multiprocessors -- 2.2.4 Setting z/OS parameters -- 2.3 Managing the Domino workload -- 2.3.1 Workload Manager goal mode -- 2.4 XPLink -- 2.5 Storage for Domino servers -- 2.5.1 Virtual storage -- 2.5.2 Real storage -- 2.5.3 64-bit processor storage -- 2.5.4 Page datasets -- 2.5.5 Paging -- 2.5.6 Place program module in shared storage and LPA -- 2.6 PR/SM™ -- 2.7 Monitoring z/OS -- 2.7.1 RMF -- 2.7.2 Monitoring z/OS with SMF -- 2.7.3 Monitoring z/OS with Domino statistics -- Chapter 3. DASD and file system tuning -- 3.1 Recommendations -- 3.2 DASD subsystem considerations -- 3.2.1 The Enterprise Storage Server -- 3.3 Monitoring DASD I/O activity -- 3.3.1 RMF -- 3.3.2 SMF record types -- 3.3.3 UNIX statistics -- 3.4 UNIX file system -- 3.5 DFSMS recommendations -- 3.5.1 Buffer pool sizes -- 3.5.2 Sync daemon interval -- 3.5.3 File system space monitoring -- 3.5.4 Shared HFS -- 3.5.5 DFSMS locking -- 3.5.6 File system reorganizations.
3.6 Multivolume file system -- 3.6.1 Recommendations -- 3.7 zSeries File System (zFS) -- 3.7.1 zFS performance -- 3.7.2 zFS tuning -- 3.7.3 zFS locking improvements -- 3.7.4 Migrating data from HFS to zFS -- 3.8 Recommended file system structure for Domino -- Chapter 4. Network tuning -- 4.1 Recommendations -- 4.2 TCP/IP -- 4.2.1 Monitoring TCP/IP -- 4.2.2 Tuning TCP/IP -- 4.3 Network connection -- 4.3.1 Monitoring connection activity -- 4.4 Network performance -- 4.4.1 Splitting the network -- 4.5 Domino network statistics -- 4.6 Domino 6 performance improvements -- 4.6.1 Network compression -- 4.6.2 LZ1 compaction -- 4.6.3 Centralized directory -- 4.6.4 Streaming replication -- Chapter 5. Domino tuning -- 5.1 Recommendations -- 5.2 Verifying BPX parameters after Domino installation -- 5.3 Domino initialization parameters -- 5.3.1 Changing parameters in notes.ini -- 5.3.2 Setting notes.ini for performance -- 5.3.3 The Notes_SHARED_DPOOLSIZE parameter -- 5.3.4 Thread parameter -- 5.4 NSF buffer pool size -- 5.4.1 Setting the parameter -- 5.4.2 Monitoring -- 5.4.3 Tuning NSF_Buffer_Pool -- 5.4.4 Recommendation -- 5.5 Transaction logging -- 5.5.1 Setting up transaction logging -- 5.5.2 Transaction logging and the Domino 6 lock manager -- 5.5.3 View logging -- 5.5.4 Soft deletes -- 5.5.5 Enabling quota enforcement -- 5.5.6 Restoring databases -- 5.5.7 Test results of transaction logging -- 5.5.8 Recommendation -- 5.6 Domino server tasks -- 5.6.1 Domino tasks started -- 5.7 Replication -- 5.7.1 Replication between servers -- 5.7.2 Replication between a client and a server -- 5.8 Indexing -- 5.8.1 Update and Updall tasks -- 5.8.2 Full text index -- 5.8.3 Number of indexing tasks -- 5.8.4 Indexing parameters -- 5.9 Compact -- 5.10 Unread marks -- 5.11 Multiple MAIL.BOX databases -- 5.12 Web server -- 5.12.1 Domino Web server.
5.12.2 Domino Web server parameters -- Chapter 6. Domino configuration advanced options -- 6.1 Partitioning -- 6.1.1 Benefits of partitioning -- 6.1.2 Costs of partitioning -- 6.1.3 Test results with multiple partitioned Domino servers -- 6.1.4 Test result with four Domino partitioned servers -- 6.1.5 Partitioning recommendations -- 6.2 Clustering -- 6.2.1 Cluster components -- 6.2.2 Parameters that affect clustering -- 6.2.3 Costs of clustering -- 6.2.4 Monitoring clustering -- 6.2.5 Effectiveness of Domino clustering -- 6.2.6 Alternatives to Domino clustering -- 6.3 Hubs -- Chapter 7. Domino monitoring -- 7.1 SMF type 108 record -- 7.1.1 Record mapping -- 7.1.2 RMF Lotus Domino server report -- 7.2 Other monitoring tools -- 7.2.1 The domps command -- 7.2.2 Notes log -- 7.2.3 Statistics and events log -- 7.2.4 Statistics and reporting database -- 7.2.5 Processing Domino statistics -- Chapter 8. Capacity planning and performance management -- 8.1 Recommendations -- 8.2 Estimating processor capacity -- 8.2.1 Factors influencing the processor capacity needed -- 8.2.2 Which user measurement? -- 8.2.3 Registered users -- 8.2.4 Connected users -- 8.2.5 Active users -- 8.2.6 Domino transaction rate -- 8.2.7 CPU time used per transaction -- 8.2.8 Consider the peak times -- 8.2.9 Making an initial estimate -- 8.2.10 Capacity planning -- 8.3 Estimating processor storage -- 8.3.1 Estimating processor storage for Notes clients -- 8.3.2 Estimating processor storage for POP3 clients -- 8.3.3 Estimating storage for IMAP clients -- 8.3.4 Estimating storage for iNotes Web Access clients -- 8.4 The use of Domino partitioned servers -- 8.5 The use of zSeries LPARs -- 8.6 Estimating DASD required -- 8.6.1 Estimating DASD space -- 8.6.2 Estimating DASD I/O rates -- 8.7 Network considerations -- 8.8 Capacity planning assistance -- 8.8.1 TechXpress -- 8.8.2 SNAP/SHOT®.
8.8.3 IBM Testing Services -- 8.9 Performance management versus capacity planning -- 8.9.1 What is required for capacity planning -- 8.9.2 What is required for performance management -- Appendix A. Workload Manager (WLM) example -- Workload and service class descriptions -- Report classes -- Classification rules -- Service definition goals for service classes -- Appendix B. Using the domps command -- B.1 Parameters -- B.2 Displaying virtual storage -- B.3 Output examples -- B.3.1 Sample output for domps -- B.3.2 Sample output for domps with -p -- B.3.3 Sample output for domps with -t -- Appendix C. Sample notes.ini file -- Appendix D. Sample output of the show statistics command -- Appendix E. Domino modify zFS command -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other resources -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Index -- Back cover.
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Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. What's new in Domino 6 -- 1.1 The unique benefits of z/OS as a Domino platform -- 1.2 General recommendations -- 1.3 What's new in Lotus Domino Release 6 for z/OS -- 1.3.1 Performance improvements -- 1.3.2 Usability improvements -- 1.4 More to come -- 1.5 What's New in Lotus Domino 6 and Lotus Notes 6 -- 1.5.1 What's new in Lotus Notes 6 for end users -- 1.5.2 What's new in Lotus Domino 6 for Domino administrators -- 1.5.3 What's new in Lotus Domino 6 for Domino designers/developers -- 1.5.4 What's new about Lotus Domino 6 servers -- 1.5.5 Cross-platform summary -- Chapter 2. z/OS tuning -- 2.1 Recommendations -- 2.2 Planning the server architecture -- 2.2.1 z/OS address spaces -- 2.2.2 Multiple Domino servers -- 2.2.3 Domino on symmetric multiprocessors -- 2.2.4 Setting z/OS parameters -- 2.3 Managing the Domino workload -- 2.3.1 Workload Manager goal mode -- 2.4 XPLink -- 2.5 Storage for Domino servers -- 2.5.1 Virtual storage -- 2.5.2 Real storage -- 2.5.3 64-bit processor storage -- 2.5.4 Page datasets -- 2.5.5 Paging -- 2.5.6 Place program module in shared storage and LPA -- 2.6 PR/SM™ -- 2.7 Monitoring z/OS -- 2.7.1 RMF -- 2.7.2 Monitoring z/OS with SMF -- 2.7.3 Monitoring z/OS with Domino statistics -- Chapter 3. DASD and file system tuning -- 3.1 Recommendations -- 3.2 DASD subsystem considerations -- 3.2.1 The Enterprise Storage Server -- 3.3 Monitoring DASD I/O activity -- 3.3.1 RMF -- 3.3.2 SMF record types -- 3.3.3 UNIX statistics -- 3.4 UNIX file system -- 3.5 DFSMS recommendations -- 3.5.1 Buffer pool sizes -- 3.5.2 Sync daemon interval -- 3.5.3 File system space monitoring -- 3.5.4 Shared HFS -- 3.5.5 DFSMS locking -- 3.5.6 File system reorganizations.

3.6 Multivolume file system -- 3.6.1 Recommendations -- 3.7 zSeries File System (zFS) -- 3.7.1 zFS performance -- 3.7.2 zFS tuning -- 3.7.3 zFS locking improvements -- 3.7.4 Migrating data from HFS to zFS -- 3.8 Recommended file system structure for Domino -- Chapter 4. Network tuning -- 4.1 Recommendations -- 4.2 TCP/IP -- 4.2.1 Monitoring TCP/IP -- 4.2.2 Tuning TCP/IP -- 4.3 Network connection -- 4.3.1 Monitoring connection activity -- 4.4 Network performance -- 4.4.1 Splitting the network -- 4.5 Domino network statistics -- 4.6 Domino 6 performance improvements -- 4.6.1 Network compression -- 4.6.2 LZ1 compaction -- 4.6.3 Centralized directory -- 4.6.4 Streaming replication -- Chapter 5. Domino tuning -- 5.1 Recommendations -- 5.2 Verifying BPX parameters after Domino installation -- 5.3 Domino initialization parameters -- 5.3.1 Changing parameters in notes.ini -- 5.3.2 Setting notes.ini for performance -- 5.3.3 The Notes_SHARED_DPOOLSIZE parameter -- 5.3.4 Thread parameter -- 5.4 NSF buffer pool size -- 5.4.1 Setting the parameter -- 5.4.2 Monitoring -- 5.4.3 Tuning NSF_Buffer_Pool -- 5.4.4 Recommendation -- 5.5 Transaction logging -- 5.5.1 Setting up transaction logging -- 5.5.2 Transaction logging and the Domino 6 lock manager -- 5.5.3 View logging -- 5.5.4 Soft deletes -- 5.5.5 Enabling quota enforcement -- 5.5.6 Restoring databases -- 5.5.7 Test results of transaction logging -- 5.5.8 Recommendation -- 5.6 Domino server tasks -- 5.6.1 Domino tasks started -- 5.7 Replication -- 5.7.1 Replication between servers -- 5.7.2 Replication between a client and a server -- 5.8 Indexing -- 5.8.1 Update and Updall tasks -- 5.8.2 Full text index -- 5.8.3 Number of indexing tasks -- 5.8.4 Indexing parameters -- 5.9 Compact -- 5.10 Unread marks -- 5.11 Multiple MAIL.BOX databases -- 5.12 Web server -- 5.12.1 Domino Web server.

5.12.2 Domino Web server parameters -- Chapter 6. Domino configuration advanced options -- 6.1 Partitioning -- 6.1.1 Benefits of partitioning -- 6.1.2 Costs of partitioning -- 6.1.3 Test results with multiple partitioned Domino servers -- 6.1.4 Test result with four Domino partitioned servers -- 6.1.5 Partitioning recommendations -- 6.2 Clustering -- 6.2.1 Cluster components -- 6.2.2 Parameters that affect clustering -- 6.2.3 Costs of clustering -- 6.2.4 Monitoring clustering -- 6.2.5 Effectiveness of Domino clustering -- 6.2.6 Alternatives to Domino clustering -- 6.3 Hubs -- Chapter 7. Domino monitoring -- 7.1 SMF type 108 record -- 7.1.1 Record mapping -- 7.1.2 RMF Lotus Domino server report -- 7.2 Other monitoring tools -- 7.2.1 The domps command -- 7.2.2 Notes log -- 7.2.3 Statistics and events log -- 7.2.4 Statistics and reporting database -- 7.2.5 Processing Domino statistics -- Chapter 8. Capacity planning and performance management -- 8.1 Recommendations -- 8.2 Estimating processor capacity -- 8.2.1 Factors influencing the processor capacity needed -- 8.2.2 Which user measurement? -- 8.2.3 Registered users -- 8.2.4 Connected users -- 8.2.5 Active users -- 8.2.6 Domino transaction rate -- 8.2.7 CPU time used per transaction -- 8.2.8 Consider the peak times -- 8.2.9 Making an initial estimate -- 8.2.10 Capacity planning -- 8.3 Estimating processor storage -- 8.3.1 Estimating processor storage for Notes clients -- 8.3.2 Estimating processor storage for POP3 clients -- 8.3.3 Estimating storage for IMAP clients -- 8.3.4 Estimating storage for iNotes Web Access clients -- 8.4 The use of Domino partitioned servers -- 8.5 The use of zSeries LPARs -- 8.6 Estimating DASD required -- 8.6.1 Estimating DASD space -- 8.6.2 Estimating DASD I/O rates -- 8.7 Network considerations -- 8.8 Capacity planning assistance -- 8.8.1 TechXpress -- 8.8.2 SNAP/SHOT®.

8.8.3 IBM Testing Services -- 8.9 Performance management versus capacity planning -- 8.9.1 What is required for capacity planning -- 8.9.2 What is required for performance management -- Appendix A. Workload Manager (WLM) example -- Workload and service class descriptions -- Report classes -- Classification rules -- Service definition goals for service classes -- Appendix B. Using the domps command -- B.1 Parameters -- B.2 Displaying virtual storage -- B.3 Output examples -- B.3.1 Sample output for domps -- B.3.2 Sample output for domps with -p -- B.3.3 Sample output for domps with -t -- Appendix C. Sample notes.ini file -- Appendix D. Sample output of the show statistics command -- Appendix E. Domino modify zFS command -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other resources -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Index -- Back cover.

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