Short Description: Number of event documents in the cache.
In Lotus Domino®, the Event Correlation cache is used as a holding area in which Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) events are correlated to previously encountered events. When this cache grows to its maximum size, the server reports the following error:
"Event correlation cache is full. You can increase its size via the NOTES.INI setting EVENT_CORRELATION_POOL_SIZE."
How do you adjust the cache size?
The EVENT_CORRELATION_POOL_SIZE is configurable from 5MB to 100MB and defaults to 10 MB. However, note that the parameter is specified in bytes. To set the parameter correctly, choose a desired pool size in megabytes and multiple by 1024 twice.
The following is the correct setting to achieve a 100 MB pool size.
100 x 1024 x 1024 = 104857600
The parameter would then be set as follows.
Even with the maximum configured pool size, you may still see the above error. This occurs because Domino creates cached documents that are 2MB in size and the server allows a maximum of 200 cached documents by default.
Since 2MB x 200 is greater than the maximum allowable pool size, the error can occur unless additional parameters are enacted to control the document size and/or the maximum number of cached documents. The following notes.ini parameters are available for these purposes.
DDM_MAX_NOTE_CACHE (number of documents in the cache)
DDM_MAX_DOCSIZE_MB (size in megabytes of documents in the cache)
To ensure that the Event Correlation cache will not be exhausted when configured to the maximum 100MB size, use these parameters so that the following formula is true:
DDM_MAX_NOTE_CACHE x DDM_MAX_DOCSIZE_MB <= 100
There is no kown UI setting for this notes.ini variable. But you can specify this setting in the notes.ini settings tab of the configuration settings document.