Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Back From Vacation...

I took advantage of having Thursday and Friday off and also took off yesterday through Wednesday. We spent some great family time with my parents, my brother, and his fiancee at Myrtle Beach (actually, Surfside Beach). My 2-year old remembered going back in the summer and wanted to "build sandcastles." Well, if it wasn't cold it was raining, so that was out of the question. We did have a great time, though, and it was refreshing.

Now, it's time to go back to work Thursday and catch back up. I caught up some today on the Lotus blogs I read. I will admit, though, that I kept up with some news blogs on my BlackBerry. I did ignore a lot of emails that will be waiting until Thursday, though!

Also, I converted my comments to HaloScan. It's more friendly to the administrator, and you shouldn't notice any differences. They also provide RSS feeds to the comments that I may put on here later.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Domino 7.0 - More Debugging

I'm still working with Lotus Support with debugging the HTTP task on our iSeries Domino 7.0 Mail server. I am actually just applying another PTF for more robust debugging. The servers are coming back online now.

Now Playing: "Buried in Blue" by Harry Connick, Jr.

Blog Feedback Requested

Go here and let me know how you like the comment engine from HaloScan. I'm thinking about switching my comments over to that system. It allows Gravatars (if I enable it) and it retains your information so you don't have to fill anything in.

The only thing is that I would have to disable the native Blogger comments and effectively lose the old comments on my blog. Not that there are a ton of comments out there that would be missed. I like the management interface and CSS capabilities of the HaloScan comments.

So, go comment on my test blog and let me know what you think...

Now Playing: "He Came, He Saw, He Conquered" by Petra

Monday, November 21, 2005

Petra: Farewell (Album Review)

Yesterday I came home to my pre-ordered copy of the final Petra CD, Farewell. Although I was thrilled to see it there, my feelings were mixed. It is the last album in Petra's 33-year ministry. I've been into Petra since I was about 13. I remember going to the local Christian bookstore and seeing this album cover of a big airplane hanger. The album was Beyond Belief. I got it home and I was hooked! To me, that is Petra...

I saw them perform later that year in Charlotte, NC with my church youth group on the Unseen Power tour (I believe). I also later saw them in Columbia, SC on the Wake Up Call tour as well as the No Doubt tour at Carowinds in Fort Mill, SC. They put on an awesome show.

The Good
Back to the Farewell cd, it was recorded live in Nashville in front of a small crowd of friends and family. There are 14 tracks on the disc. Two of them are medlies - a Rock Medly and an Acoustic Medly. The Acoustic Medly reunites the band with Greg X. Volz, their former lead singer. He also performs Grave Robber (very well, I might add). The rest of the vocals are performed by John Schlitt. Also back with the band is John Lawry on a few of the songs and his Jesus Loves You keyboard solo (remember that from the Captured In Time and Space live album?). Of course, we have Bob Hartman on guitars. He played the songs with ease! It was a really heavy album too - most of the songs are their heavier works. The Acoustic Medly is excellent also. I could probably go on with the good things for a while, but trust me, if you're a Petra fan you will love it!

The Bad
OK, I have to hit on a couple of things here. The biggest let-down was that Louie Weaver was not playing drums on this album. I'm not sure what happened between him and the band, but I wish they could have patched things up for this album. One of the other oddities was that the intro to Creed was played on the guitar. This song is known for starting with the keyboard! The other letdown, from a guitarist's perspective, was that the guitar solo wasn't "stellar". It was good, but it just wasn't the all-out, wailing, last hurrah I was expecting to hear from Bob Hartman!

Now, go grab a copy and listen to it for yourself!!

Now Playing: "Beyond Belief" by Petra

Lotusphere Frappr!

Go to the Lotusphere Frappr 2006 website and use the "Add Yourself" option on the right to help populate the map. So far I'm the lone star in the Southeast...

Spread the word on your blogs too!

Now Playing: "If I Could Fly" by Joe Satriani

Ray Ozzie Taking Lotus to Microsoft?

Ray's blog entry yesterday has an interesting section in which he alludes to making use of the method behind Notes replication to achieve a new extension for feed syndication (as an end-game to allow more open calendar sharing). My first thought is that it's cool that Ray Ozzie is taking some Notes technology to Microsoft. But then, especially with the underlying premise of this RSS extension being Notes Replication, we should start to worry that more of the replication technology could seep into Microsoft and that one day they may have a functional, robust cluster technology like Lotus.

Here is the section in question:

This got me to thinking about simplicity. Notes had just about the simplest possible replication mechanism imaginable. After all, we built it at Iris in 1985 for use on a 6Mhz 286-based IBM PC/AT with incredibly slow-seeking 20MB drives. We were struggling with LIM EMS trying to make effective use of more than 1MB of memory. Everything about the design was about implementation simplicity and efficiency. So if simple is the goal, why not just adapt the Notes replication algorithm to this need? Notes "notefiles" could be analogous to RSS "feeds"; and Notes "notes" could be analogous to RSS "items"; and Notes "items" could be analogous to XML "elements".

I don't konw if that's a jab at Lotus or not. I can see the press - "Ray Ozzie says Notes is simple!"

Notefiles replicate by using a very simple mechanism based on GUID assignment, with clocks and tie-breakers to detect and deterministically propagate modifications. Something like this could easily be represented in XML. Notefiles replicate with one another in a decentralized, masterless manner; feeds could be "cross-subscribed" in a similar manner. There's no magic to it once you know specifically what you're trying to accomplish, but it certainly helped to have an existence proof.

Here he said that Notes is the existence proof of his concept. Basically, Notes has been capable of doing for years what Microsoft is now trying to implement via an RSS extension.

And so we created an RSS extension that we refer to as Simple Sharing Extensions or SSE. In just a few weeks time, several Microsoft product groups and my own 'concept development group' built prototypes and demos, and found that it works and interoperates quite nicely.

We’re pretty excited about the extension - well beyond the uses that catalyzed its creation. It’s designed in such a way that the minimum implementation is incredibly easy, and so that higher-level capabilities such as conflict handling can be implemented in those applications that want to do such things.

Get that? Higher-level capabilities such as conflict handling can be implemented. It seems that I know of another product that also handles replication conflicts.

Now Playing: "Crushing Day" by Joe Satriani

Sunday, November 20, 2005

How To Beat The Gamecocks (101)

It's really easy - just run the ball on us!

Is Clemson a better team than South Carolina? I don't believe so, but you can't argue with getting beat by them. James Davis ran 145 yards on Carolina! Anyway, we really need to tighten up on the run for next year. We still get a bowl this year, that's definitely a shock with it being Spurrier's first year at SC. We have a lot of potential - especially if we can continue improving the Mitchell/Rice combo.

Saturday, November 19, 2005

RnRMgr (Rooms and Resources) Task in ND7

With the issues we've been having, I haven't had time to dig too deep into the RnRMgr changes for ND7. However, yesterday, there were three Lotus Support feeds on the topic. The will be staying in Bloglines until I get to them - hopefully soon!

What is the purpose of the RnRMgr task in ND7?

Domino 7 has centralized the processing of room and resource reservations into a new Rooms and Resources Manager (RnRMgr) task. This task is designed to prevent overbooking of rooms or resources and is responsible for both processing and all workflow that is related to reserving a room or resource, as well as accurately updating the Busytime.NSF database. This task replaces functionality that was previously handled in multiple places such as the router, the template of the Rooms and Resources database, and the Schedule Manager.

Functional changes in Domino 7 for reservations directly booked in the Resource database

There is a new Domino 7 server task, the Rooms and Resources Manager (RnRMgr) that is responsible for processing all reservation requests and updating the busy time for rooms and resources. As a result, there have been some changes made to the previous Rooms & Resources (R&R) process.

Clustering the Domino 7 Resource Reservations Database

The Rooms and Resources Manager is designed to prevent overbooking of rooms or resources and is responsible for both the processing of all rooms and resources activities, such as meeting invitations, reschedules or cancellations, and updating the Busytime database accordingly.

Now Playing: "God Moves" by Sovereign Grace Music

Friday, November 18, 2005

Are You A Sicko?

Please visit The Sickos website and let me know if you are. I am...

Now Playing: "Chewbacca" by Liquid Tension Experiment

Domino 7.0 Upgrade - Part Three

Initial Performance Thoughts

Note that these numbers are on an iSeries 820 4-way server.

According to my statrep database, for my App server at 6.5.4 FP2, it's process CPU utilization running average was 27.3%. For 7.0 it has been averaging 25.3%. That doesn't sound like much, but it's a 7% reduction in CPU for that partition with no changes but loading D7!

But with my memory utilization, it's looking really good for my App server. My running average at 6.5.4 FP2 was 758 MB. This week on 7.0 my memory utilization has averaged 677 MB. This represents nearly an 11% reduction in memory utilization for my App partition.

I'm still dealing with HTTP crashes on my Mail server, so I'm hoping to get it straightened out to get some real numbers on it too after longer periods of uptime. My App server hasn't experienced any downtime. I expect to see my memory utilization climb more after longer periods of uptime, but at 6.5.4 FP2 my Mail server was averaging 1.1 GB usage and at 7.0 it's at 800.5 MB - a 27% reduction.

Now Playing: "Alone In Paradise" by Yngwie Malmsteen

Domino 7.0 Semaphore Issue?

In my previous post I mentioned that I was having a similar semaphore issue as I was having in 6.5.4 FP1. From initially talking with Lotus Support, it is not the same as the semaphore issue we previously were having. However, we did have a server hang with a lot of the semaphore issues and it appeared to be the router task that was hanging. That's only happened once, though, so I'll be patient with it.

Now Playing: "0000" by Steve Vai

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Domino 7.0 for iSeries Debugging Already

I am actively working with Lotus Support on an HTTP issue that is crashing my
server. By the time I called in, they already had an SPR open with two
sites running debug code. I am loading that debug PTF tonight and there are now three other sites running it. Personally, it looks like they will have a hotfix coming out for this (PTF).

Also, if you check out IBM Technote 1202068, I was having a similar semaphore issue with the message "WAITING FOR FRWSEM 0x0244 database semaphore". After I upgraded to 6.5.4 FP2, as the Technote stated, I didn't receive that error any longer. Also, the Technote stated that it was fixed in 7.0. I have had one server hang already today with the same semaphore error. Basically since Monday I have had 6 crashes due to the HTTP issue and one hang due to the Semaphore issue. I may be opening a PMR for the semaphore issue, but I'm also working on that with the same analyst working with my HTTP issue.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Domino 7.0 Upgrade - Part Two

Issue Resolution? - Some of the issues I noted yesterday are database/index corruption issues. The Design task (and Replace/Refresh Design) was failing with the following error: "Design Refresh Failed, Index Corrupted - will be rebuilt automatically when database is closed or server is restarted". I worked with Lotus Support on this some. They were leaning toward Full Text Index corruption because of the error, but this wasn also happening on mail files that were not indexed. As it turns out, this problem was happening with my cluster box as well. I was able to try running Updall with that server down. This did not work. I ended up trying Fixup -F. After this, I was able to successfully run the design task. You may want to set up a program document to run Fixup -F on your mail files. I will be doing that at 4 tomorrow morning and shortly on my cluster box. Check out Susan Bulloch's posting about Indirect Files and also note my comments on how I use them with program documents.

NSD - Our mail server crashed on the HTTP task once yesterday. Lotus Support has emailed me back stating that the call stack matches an SPR that doesn't appear to be public. I will most likely be loading some debugging code on my server that two other companies are running.

Performance - Generally, it appears to not be much of a change, be we are still running the 6.5.4 mail templates. It does appear that we are seeing a lower running average of page faults - which is a very good thing.

Now Playing: "The March of The Kings/Hark the Herald Angel" by Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Monday, November 14, 2005

Domino 7.0 Upgrade - Part One

Initial Thoughts

The upgrade went very smooth on Friday. The main item of concern for me was the DWA and IM integration. That worked without me having to do anything. Speaking of DWA, I really like the new template. It is now supported for Firefox. However, IM does not work in Firefox. One of the big let-downs for me in DWA 7.0 was the absence of folder-level unread items. I remember at the last few Lotuspheres that we were told to expect that in 7.0. It's OK that it's still not there, but it's just something that would be nice to have.

After the upgrade I was opening some application databases and was impressed that large views displayed instantly. This morning I'm monitoring CPU some more. Performance there is relatively the same as last week. However, I've noticed that the Directory Indexer task has been a little more active than usual.

However, we've been getting some really odd Client issues. We've had to delete cache.ndk on several computers (because users could not see any reservations in the Resource Reservation database...) and also have had to run some updall/fixups. It's really odd. We have seen a "CALENDARVIEWBROKER" error that Lotus had issues with back in R5! So, I'll get back to waiting on tech support to call me back.

Now Playing: That cool jazz song on Lotus Tech Support phone line!

Sunday, November 13, 2005

South Carolina: 2, Orange: 0

For many, many years now, Carolina has had a block of "Orange" games at the end of the year (Tennessee, Florida, and Clemson). We have always struggled with TN and FL (i.e. - never won!) and we could squeak by Clemson sometimes. This year, though, we have somehow beaten TN and FL and we play Clemson this week. Let's hope for 3-0 against Orange! (OK, some may argue that Auburn wears orange too, but it's not much orange...)

Friday, November 11, 2005

Complete steps to configure Sametime Integration with DWA 7.x

As I was prepping my Domino 7.0 upgrade procedure yesterday, I came to the section that has been pretty rough with each upgrade. It seems that everytime we upgrade there are issues with Sametime integration in DWA. In my Lotus Support Feeds this morning, there was a link to a new Technote (#1221591) titled "Complete steps to configure Sametime Integration with DWA 7.x".

It appears basically the same as before, but I knew that there are now configuration options in the Configuration Document under the Domino Web Access tab. I will run through the Technote today to make sure things look cool for the upgrade tonight.

Now Playing: "I Need Thee Every Hour" by Jars of Clay

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Leaked MS Memo? Ray Ozzie quote?

BlackBerry Cool reports of an alleged leaked Microsoft Memo in which Ray Ozzie, formerly of Lotus fame, Microsoft CTO states:

We should’ve been leaders with all our web properties in harnessing the potential of AJAX, following our pioneering work in OWA. We knew search would be important, but through Google’s focus they’ve gained a tremendously strong position. RSS is the internet’s answer to the notification scenarios we’ve discussed and worked on for some time, and is filling a role as ‘the UNIX pipe of the internet’ as people use it to connect data and systems in unanticipated ways. For all its tremendous innovation and its embracing of HTML and XML, Office is not yet the source of key web data formats – surely not to the level of PDF. While we’ve led with great capabilities in Messenger & Communicator, it was Skype, not us, who made VoIP broadly popular and created a new category. We have long understood the importance of mobile messaging scenarios and have made significant investment in device software, yet only now are we surpassing the Blackberry.

I don't know if it's truly a statement from Ozzie, but ZDNet also mentions the memo. It's interesting that many of the current IBM technologies in the Lotus family are mentioned as vital and "important" to Microsoft. AJAX has been huge this year. Lotus searching is extremely robust and now is teaming with Google. RSS and XML have not only revolutionized the way we get our news, but are also easily implemented via Lotus products.

Now Playing:Alias!

Lotusphere Sessions Rolling In

Don't know if this list is finalized, but here are some Lotusphere 2006 sessions.

Now Playing: "Violent Machine" by Tony MacAlpine

Ready for 7.0 Upgrade

I believe I have now finalized my procedure. We're planning on upgrading to Domino 7.0 on my production box tomorrow evening. I am upgrading my mail and app partitions (leaving my IM partition alone until we resolve issues with IBM). Over the past month I've been gathering some CPU usage data. I will continue gathering that data next week after the upgrade. However, I will be keeping our users on the 6.5.4 mail template. Then I plan on upgrading them to DWA7.ntf the following week. I will be anxious to see if there is is a CPU improvement in a live environment such as this and also to see if the templates have any effect on that.

Now Playing: "Out of Exile" by Audioslave

Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Server Update

Sametime 6.5.1 FP1 for iSeries - I'm still having my STMUX crashes. Development is seeing that an exponentially growing large number of connections is causing the STMUX task to go over the bounds of an array. This is what's causing the STMUX task to crash (thus causing the server to hang).

Domino 7.0 for iSeries - I have scheduled to upgrade our production iSeries this Friday evening to Domino 7.0 from 6.5.4 FP2. My cluster iSeries has been at 7.0 since September 29 without a problem. I have 3 DPARs and will be upgrading 2 of them to 7.0. The third is my IM server which will stay at 6.5.4 FP2 until we resolve our STMUX issue.

Snappshot - I got an email today from Rob Novak stating that Snappshot 7 is available. Snappshot is an application that collects IM logs. We tested this last year and it worked well. But we decided not to persue the Big Brother route. It was a great product that works on the iSeries. If you need a chat logging application, I highly recommend this!

Saturday, November 5, 2005

Gas Windfall Tax

One thing that is becoming popular of late is wanting to force an earnings cap on private companies. It's under the guise of helping Americans because the "official" target is "Big Oil." Yesterday, I heard Rush Limbaugh give a statistic that "Big Oil" earns 10 cents on every gallon of gas sold and that "Big Government" earns 45 cents. I thought this was really strange and that Big Oil had to make more than this, but I didn't feel like researching it. Well, this morning I noticed The real windfall in my Bloglines from the Mises Institute (an economics website).

Last week, after Exxon Mobil (XOM) published record quarterly profits of $9.9 billion, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist called for hearings to see whether a windfall profits tax should be imposed. Checking the SEC 10-Q filing reveals the following:

Now, let's break this down.

Exxon Mobil paid $25.8 BILLION in taxes the 3rd Quarter. They were in a 41.8% tax bracket. This means that they took in about $61.7 Billion and were left with around $35.9 Billion. After their expenditures, they profited less than 17% of their total earnings.

Finally, the citizens and government officials seem to be really upset that Exxon Mobil made nearly $10 Billion in the quarter. Putting this chart to practical use, please note that the Government profited $4 Billion more in 3Q 2005 than in 3Q 2004. We have to have some accountability here. The government took in nearly three times more money ($25 Billion) than Exxon's net profits ($9.9 Billion) and they are wanting more.

Now Playing: "Hollow Years" by Dream Theater

Friday, November 4, 2005

Blackberry Version 4.0 Service Pack 3

This is now available for Domino. Looks like a basic bug fix release. The main new feature is the ability to view PowerPoint shows on the BlackBerry via the BES Attachment Service.

Now Playing: "Alone" by James LaBrie

Lotusphere JAMFest 2006

I plan on bringing my Jackson electric guitar!

This is the announcement direct from Rocky's Site:

Are you ready? You've been waiting for this for some time - you've been patient (kinda), and you've had some fun guessing. Well, it is finally here - IT IS TIME FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT!!

(Drumroll please...)

The Lotusphere team is proud to announce the details for Lotusphere JAMFest 2006! The description that will be posted on the Lotusphere site is below:

New for Lotusphere 2006! The world only sees one aspect of you - the "uber-geek code-warrior" that wields an IDE like a katana, cutting a swath through the IT problems you face every day. However, they never see the other side of you - the frustrated headbanger, blues rocker, or pop star who was only one American Idol-type break away from superstardom.

Well, here's your chance! We're proud to announce the first annual Lotusphere JAMFest 2006! Beginning Monday and Tuesday nights we will be providing you - all you Ziggy Stardust wannabes, Eric Clapton protégés, or Neil Peart idols - the opportunity to jump on a stage, pick up an axe, pair of sticks, or mic, and rock the house with your awesome riffs or stunning vocals. Of course, "encouragement" will be available for the needy, but for many of you that isn't necessary - all you need is a stage, an amp, and an audience to shred.

So, tear yourself away from Quake 4, leave the geek backpack in the room, and don your best concert T-shirt for Lotusphere JAMFest 2006!

Will I see you on the stage?

Now Playing: "Crucify" by James LaBrie

Thursday, November 3, 2005

My How They Change!!

Emma Grace - 1st Birthday Party

Emma Grace - 2nd Birthday Party

Now Playing: "Make Believe" by Angra

Follow-Up to Notes 7.0 Multi-User Install Upgrades

I spoke with Lotus Support about this again today. If you have been keeping up with this, you can see my other posts here and here.

I am told that this should be fixed in the 7.0.1 Client. However, support (along with myself) believe this could be a major hinderance for those companies wishing to upgrade to 7.0. We would like to see a client hotfix for this in 7.0.

Now Playing: "Truth" by John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess

Wednesday, November 2, 2005


BP406 Domino for iSeries Administration and Performance Best Practices
Chris Whisonant
Kim Greene

It's official - I received the final confirmation this morning. I will be co-presenting a Domino for iSeries session with Kim Greene at Lotusphere 2006!

Here was our abstract submission that should be in stone:

Title: Domino for iSeries Administration and Performance Best Practices

Abstract: Domino is a complex application environment, are you taking advantage of the iSeries implementation to its fullest extent? This session will show you how to exploit the iSeries architecture to get the most out of your Domino servers. You will learn about indispensable commands that are not well documented and get tips on debugging Domino servers, including Sametime. Additionally, you will learn insights into using BRMS for on-line backups. Performance tuning tips will also be provided. In particular, we will look at mail file performance best practices , how and when to adjust runtime priorities, and how to optimize memory management by adjusting Domino buffer pools and tricks to ensure you are not wasting memory. You will also learn about differences you can expect to see with Domino 7 on the iSeries.

Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Chris's Clues (Sorry Rocky...)

Clue #1 - BP406

Search Engine Hits for October

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b6000901' 'src' -
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chris whisonant -
cwhisonant.blogspot.com - Type that in the address bar and not the search window
cwhisonant.blogspot.com\2005_09_01_cwhisonant_archive.html - The specific page you're probably searching for on that link has been taken offline
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iseries and logs - Logging is a good thing
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lsxodbc v5r3 - Make sure you have the latest CUME, Hiper, and DB PTFs
mozilla hostinfo.js -
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set config debug_capture_timeout' -
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storyofnotes.wmv - Nice video, huh?
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upgrade to lotus 6.5.4 - Go for it - FP2 is out, so get that loaded
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