notes.ini Reference - "DAOS" category (16 Entries)

The IBM® Lotus® Domino® attachment and object service (DAOS) in release 8.5 reduces the total cost of ownership and helps customers with green computing practices by storing all file attachments in a separate repository on the server and retrieving them by reference. In databases that use DAOS, Lotus Domino no longer saves a separate and complete copy of every document attachment. Instead, the server saves a reference to each attached file in an internal repository, and it refers to the same file from multiple documents in one or more databases on the same server. When an attached file is large and a message containing it is broadcast to thousands of users, creating a separate copy of the message for each recipient could require several gigabytes of disk space. Multiple copies of the same attachment often also proliferated in mail threads with multiple replies. With DAOS enabled, disk space usage is substantially reduced.

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DAOSBasePath
The relative or full path to the attachment repository.
DAOSCatalogState
State of the DAOS catalog
DAOSDeferredDeleteInterval
Specified the DAOS deferred delete interval.
DAOSEnable
Enabled / Disabled DAOS
DAOSMinObjSize
The minimum total size, in bytes, of any attachment to be consolidated by DAOS.
DAOS_Catalog_Version
Defines the DAOS Catalog version.
DAOS_Catalog_Version_Minor
No additional information is known about this variable.
DAOS_Load
Enable/Disable DAOS
DAOS_Logging
Will log all DAOS state change activity.
DAOS_Resync_Checkpoint_Interval
Defined the max. number of .nlo files in the DAOS system.
DAOS_RESYNC_NUM_THREADS
Control the number of resync threads that scan the databases
DAOS_RESYNC_START_TIME
Control whether or not DAOS resync may run at a given time
DAOS_RESYNC_STOP_TIME
Control whether or not DAOS resync may run at a given time
Debug_DAOS_Diagnostics
Helps to debug DAOS Diagnostics
Debug_DAOS_StateChange
Display diagnostic information on the console to indicate when the DAOS catalog changes state from SYNCHRONIZED to NEEDS RESYNC
Profile_Success
indicates whether or not the last MAPI profile creation succeeded