Short Description: Disable/enable the direct deposit from adminp requests to the server.
The administration process (AdminP) task automates many of the administrative tasks required to manage a Lotus Domino environment. In Lotus Domino 8, many enhancements have been introduced to improve the efficiency of this process to help reduce the resource requirements and speed up the completion of tasks.
Post request into target server database
With prior versions of Lotus Domino 8.5, administration requests are placed into the “Administration Requests” database (ADMIN4.NSF) on the Lotus Domino server on which
they are created, and then replication is used to transfer the request to the server where it will
be processed. In an environment with many servers, it might take several replication events
before the request reaches the server that will process the request.
With Lotus Domino 8, the administration process deposits certain administration requests directly into a destination server's Administration Requests database instead of depositing the request into the local copy of the database. This has the potential to reduce the time taken to complete the processing of these administration requests.
Only those administration requests that are to be processed by a named server are placed directly into destination Administration Requests databases and only where there is direct
connectivity between the source and destination server. In all other cases, including administration requests that are destined to be processed by “All Servers,” the request is deposited into the local administration requests database and propagated to other servers by
If desired, this feature can be disabled for specific servers using the following NOTES.INI
Adminp_dont_attempt_direct_deposit=0 / 1
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.