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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Domino
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 5, 2019

Domino Cluster Reporting tool

Reference:  SPR #SKURA6X9XT

Customer would like to have a built-in tool within Domino to report cluster replication failures including details such as below:


Document count
Database size
Count in difference
Replication type and setting

Error message if encountered during replication


Reference:  SPR #GFAL8TAHYY

Another related SPR for enhancement request regarding request for cluster replication probes to be included in DDM.

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  • Guest
    Feb 7, 2020

    Great idea! I agree this 100%

  • Guest
    Jan 16, 2020

    My additional suggestions:


    Make it possible to select additional SCR logging via notes.ini setting(s). Make one of these have a level that allows SCR replication events to be logged to their own text-based logs in IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT like there is for SEMDEBUG and a few others. Make the output in these "SCR logs" be in a csv format like the example below:


    [SCR-Clu]:“server from”;”server to”;”path and dbname”;”access”;”added”;”deleted”;”updated”;”KB rec”;”KB sent”;"Error messages"


    Make these additional "SCRlogs" be handled by the automatic routine that deletes old logs and stuff from IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT.


    In organizations that work under strict regulations, I fail to see how they are able to use SCR replication at all, since it is virtually impossible to document what has happened, when, by whom, how many and so on. Think that would fail miserably in any audit.