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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Domino
Categories Administration
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 13, 2019

Auto repair clubusy.nsf

Recently a server in a cluster crashed. One month and a half later we discovered that freetime was corrupted for each user whose home server was that server. Every record was doubled for these users. Not all meeting entries were reported when consulting free/busytime. We had to manually reconstruct clubusy.nsf.

Domino should detect that something is wrong in clubusy.nsf.

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  • Guest
    Sep 23, 2019

    Of course, Thomas, of course. Fixing a bug is better than trying to get around it.
    But the proposed idea is in the same spirit as the 'fixup' command or the 'database auto-repair' feature. No product is bug free, we all know this. If there is a risk that data can become corrupted because Domino clustering is still not bug free then a feature detecting the presence of corrupted data is probably welcome.

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    Thomas Hampel
    Sep 20, 2019

    Instead of repairing it automatically, wouldnt it be better to fix the problem that caused the database or content to get corrupt?

  • Guest
    Jun 25, 2019

    cldbdir.nsf contained wrong information indeed. Both members of the cluster "took control" of the mailfiles. It explains the duplicates in clubusy.nsf.

    So, Domino should detect if something is wrong in clubusy.nsf or cldbdir.nsf.