Lotus Domino R5 Clustering

Lotus Domino R5 Clustering

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Clusters are groups of servers treated as a single computing resource that provide services to network users. This title seeks to teach readers to plan, design, configure and manage Lotus Domino Clusters.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 178 x 232 x 22mm | 399.16g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • IBM Press
  • Armonk, United States
  • English
  • 013060836X
  • 9780130608369

Table of contents

1. Domino Clustering Overview. Domino clustering or operating system clustering? Who uses Domino clustering and why? New features in Domino Release. IBM xSeries and Netfinity servers. Focus of this redbook2. Planning a Domino Cluster. Domino clustering. Planning for Domino clustering. Planning cluster hardware. Internet Cluster Manager. Summary.3. Designing a Domino Cluster. Technical overview of Domino clustering. Failover and load balancing in a cluster. Mail and clustering. Passthru servers and clustering. Cluster implementation. Clustering solutions.4. Installing and Configuring a Domino Cluster. Prequisites. Hardware setup. Installing a new Domino cluster. Installing Domino R5 for Linux on IBM Netfinity servers. Setting up calendaring and scheduling. Configuring Internet Cluster Manager. Hints and tips for installation problems.5. Administering Domino Clusters. Cluster failover and workload balancing strategies. Setting up failover. Setting up workload balancing. Setting up failover and workload balancing working together. Cluster administration tools. Configuring replication within the cluster. Cluster analysis tool. Administering Internet Cluster Manager.6. Domino and Windows 2000 Clustering. Introducing Microsoft Cluster Services. Domino and MSCS clustering comparison. Microsoft Cluster Services design. Installing Domino server on Windows 2000 cluster. Combining Domino clusters with MSCS. Summary.Appendix A. Partitioned Domino Servers. Installing partitioning. TCP/IP configuration. Running HTTP and other Internet servers on partitioned servers. Hints and tips for partitioning. Managing partitioned servers. Partitioning within clustering.Appendix B. Tuning Domino Clusters. Cluster statistics. Statistics variables descriptions. Adjusting settings on clustered servers.Appendix C. NOTES.INI Variables. NOTES.INI entries relevant to Domino clusters.Appendix D. Special Notices. Appendix E. Related Publications. IBM Rebooks. IBM Rebooks collections. Referenced Web sites.Index.show more

About Steve Russell

Steve Russell is a Certified Consulting IT Specialist at IBM's International Technical Support Organization, Raleigh Center. There, he manages residencies and produces Redbooks related to IBM Netfinity servers. Kathleen McGivney is an Advisory IT Specialist for Lotus Professional Services in Southern California. She is a Certified Lotus Professional (CLP) for Release 5. Zeljka Zoranovic is a Senior IT Specialist for Notes and Domino in IBM Global Services at IBM Canada.show more