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Be aware that other things outside of Domino can lead to files remaining open on the machine: Backup systems, Operating System level anti-virus programs, Disk Defragmenter, etc. ** Please Note ** A value of -1 causes the cache behavior to revert to Domino 6.x behavior. Anything newer than 3.5.0-43 don't like it, and as Gregor Ibic says, might be setuid. To solve this, try the following measures: 1) Make a copy of the replication 2) Unmap certain fields that are more likely to cause an issue (e.g. Source

I get an error,SMTP Server: Listener failure: 'bindsock' is missing, not executable, not owned by root, not setuid root or user needs net_privaddr privilege. BBRY John Chen: BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard will live on BBRY John Chen: We will have BlackBerry devices Another One Here's a look at the DTEK60 from all angles Built by TCL Welcome to the CrackBerry Forums Create Your Account or Ask a Question Answers in 5 minutes - no registration required! It just started happening on its own about a week ago. https://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-OS-Smartphones/Lotus-Notes-Connector-Returned-Notes-Kernel-error-code-2051/td-p/695633

Christian BrandlehnerJan 7, 2014 6:08 AM4 Postssame problem Had this problem too when upgrading from kernel 3.2.0-56 to 3.2.0-58 with Domino 9.0.1 Mark RattrayJan 14, 2014 1:19 PM3 PostsGood news... Were you able to get it resolved? Alexey ChikinDec 1, 2013 11:48 AM35 Postsselinux selinux is off?

SPR # YXYX9RA56Z "Error - Unable to Bind port 443 or 80" on SUSE12." Ben EricksonDec 27, 2014 8:21 PM38 PostsYet another workaroundYet another workaround is to build and install the It looks that latest kernel or linux install doesn't work like it should. If you're having the issue, you'll need to look at one of the workarounds mentioned previously in this thread. Until Trusty's kernels get fixed, use the working Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin kernels, which include the 3.2.0 and the 3.5.0 varieties. 1.

You may be dealing with another service like postfix, apache, or samba stealing your ports. This causes Domino to stop buffering a file after the users are no longer active in the database. It is plain sloppy practice. http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ndseforum.nsf/xpTopicThread.xsp?documentId=485F5F092833BCBE85257C33006AC7A3 If I try to synchronize, I get "Lotus Notes connector returned a Notes kernel error (code 6022).

If you do not have PerfMon setup and you want to see Paged Pool usage, at that point in time, look at Windows task manager -> Performance tab -> Kernel Memory These are the values you can expect to be the maximum for your Page Pool. None of the following changes can guarantee that we will prevent the OS from hitting the paged pool limit. Welcome to the official BlackBerry Support Community Forums.

Pretty impressive !!! http://support.casahl.com/kb/raknowledgebase.nsf/743c29533b14ab63882564ae007d738a/27ddc66dcef140c6882567de007c22b9?OpenDocument As users continue to access the server they will be placed back in the cache, but it can be something you use if you see the paged pool suddenly growing or The new code also documents this ABI weakness so that it should not occur. And yes we know that Ubuntu is not a supported platform for domino :-) Mark RattrayJan 2, 2014 9:14 AM3 PostsSame... ...just using older Kernels for now.

There are other, more drastic, changes that may need to be considered in the future (especially as these servers continue to grow in total data size). this contact form Please note: This is a list of key resources and does not include all new information about NotesDomino 8.5.2. It had been working well, but today I tried to change the field mapping. Some of these include: Re-platform to 64-bit Windows where there are significantly higher address space limits.

Here is information on several helpful Notes.ini parameters which can be changed and monitored: Recommendations for setting NSF_BUFFER_POOL_SIZE_MB, describes how you can limit the size of the UBM to 512 MB https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-trusty/+bug/1335478/+attachment/4284352/+files/test.c I just opened up PMR 41425 227 000 to try to get this fixed for good. Reply freema22 CrackBerry Newbie Posts 1 Posts 06-21-10,02:57 AM #2 I am having exactly the same issue. have a peek here That way you can see how the paged pool usage looks over time and get an idea if there are certain times where you need to be more cautious and try

In particular I tried to map the Notes field "Rooms" to the BB field "Description". Firstly, check the location of .nsf file to make sure that your personal Names.nsf file is on the right place or not. It is much less likely to exhaust the paged pool because we go from about a 350-525 MB limit to a 128 GB limit.

Mark RattrayJan 15, 2014 8:32 AM3 PostsFrom the Ubuntu Kernel team....

By default, the OS will try to trim the paged pool whenever 80% or more of it is consumed. DTEK60 DTEK50 Priv Passport Classic Z30 Z10 Q10 Leap Where is OS 10.3.3? Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  All New Topics | All New Posts Device Support Forums BlackBerry powered by Android Smartphones (PRIV, DTEK50) BlackBerry Hub+ BlackBerry® 10 Smartphones Before I tried to synchronize again, I thought better of it and tried to change it back.

i dont like new kernel on my servers...... Were you able to get it resolved? Ben EricksonFeb 17, 2015 11:30 AM38 PostsBindsock Fixed in 9.01 FP3 IF1SPR YXYX9RA56Z "HTTP server can't be started with "Error - Unable to Bind port 443 or 80" on SUSE12" has http://edvinfo.com/lotus-notes/lotus-notes-mapi-set-up.html If someone who can reproduce this could test the kernel below and firstly let me know if it fixes the issue, and secondly attach a dmesg from it.

It also provides information about a Microsoft tool that can be used to confirm the maximum paged pool usage on a server. The maximum size of the paged pool on Windows 2003 32-bit can vary from roughly 250 MB – 525 MB depending on certain settings on the OS (refer to the table