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This is Domino’s dynamic debug outfile for trapping error messages to a log file (other than the LOG.NSF). The console logging can be switched on and off with the start consolelog and stop consolelog commands.
This parameter sets a size limit to the CONSOLE.LOG file. Setting the Console_Log_Max_kbytes to 100000 results in the CONSOLE.LOG file being limited to 100 MB in size. On hitting that limit, it will wrap.
Enabling this debug parameter provides more information about each entry posted to the Domino server console, including job number, process ID (PID), and thread number. This is extremely useful when combined with other utilities to determine the last activity by a thread prior to a crash, or what a particular thread was doing during a hang or slowdown situation.
This records to the console whenever views are rebuilt.
This parameter, combined with the Debug_Capture_Timeout=10 parameter, allows for the population of a file called SEMDEBUG.TXT, which exists in the IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT subdirectory, and is vital to determine the root cause for server slowdowns or hangs.
This parameter, combined with the Debug_Show_Timeout=1 parameter, allows for the population of a file called SEMDEBUG.TXT, which exists in the IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT subdirectory, and is vital to determine the root cause for server slowdowns or hangs.
SMTP DEBUG PARAMETERS
Enabling this debug parameter logs all the inbound SMTP protocol conversations to include commands and responses along with some of the text, but not the body of the messages.
This debug parameter is used to log all the data received by the SMTP listener task.
Attention: The debug parameters provided here must only be used if you are already familiar with them or if you have been advised to do so by Lotus Support. Also note that some additional levels of setting might be available for a given parameter.Chapter 8. Problem determination 351
This debug parameter is used to log all the outgoing SMTP protocol conversations for all the external messages transferred by the router task.
This assists in determining a variety of issues involving SMTP to include reverse DNS queries and blacklists.
This assists in determining issues when utilizing the blacklists function.
This provides the SMTP listener task to save all the inbound messages during import, and then delete all the messages that have successfully been received and written to mail.box. This leaves only the messages that fail to be imported in the mail.box. These messages are saved to a temp file for review.
Enabling this setting results in the copying of messages that failed conversion, to a separate database called CFDB.NSF.
MAIL ROUTING DEBUG PARAMETERS
This posts to the Domino console, all the transfer messages, message queues, and full document information involving mail.box.
This debug parameter also increases the logging level for router activity.
This debug parameter increases the logging of the TCP/IP name lookup function and assists in determining DNS issues.
This provides for high-level logging of directory assistance activities.
This enhances the logging of the name lookup function.
This displays how the router task resolves a name lookup.
This increases all aspects of logging for the Agent Manager task.
This specifies that the execution of partially and completely successful events are logged.
UPDATE DEBUG PARAMETERS
Setting this debug parameter posts to the Domino console when the Indexer starts and stops and when the Indexer updates the views and full text indexes for specific databases. It also records the names of the views being updated.352 Implementing IBM Lotus Domino 7 for i5/OS
Enabling this debug parameter provides for a report when an the Update task is started and stopped. This report includes the database name, the view name, and the user name of the update. Most importantly, if an error is encountered it prints out the error message during the rebuild or creation of the view involved.
This parameter prints out information concerning the opening, closing, and updating of significant indexing events and must be used rarely because of the excessive output.
POP3 DEBUG PARAMETERS
This serves the same purpose as the SMTPDebug parameter, except that it does so for the POP3 task.
This serves the same purpose as the SMTPDebugIO parameter, except that it does so for the POP3 task.
This serves the same purpose as the SMTPClientDebug parameter, except that it logs the entire conversation for the POP3 task.
LDAP DEBUG PARAMETERS
Increases whatever is reported by the LDAP task to assist in lookups, but will also have a potential performance impact on the LDAP server depending on usage.
ADMINP DEBUG PARAMETERS
This debug parameter provides for the administration process to save its schedule information each time the schedule is updated.
This provides low-level TCP/IP session information and must be used rarely because of the amount of logging and possible impact to Domino server performance.
This is similar to the Debug_TCP_All=1 parameter, in that, it provides low-level information about TCP-related errors that are encountered.
When this debug parameter is set, the Domino server console displays the Notes network port, the network address of the requesting system, and the network address of the destination server.
Enabling this parameter posts each individual session to the Domino server console, and includes the user and the version of the Notes client being used.Chapter 8. Problem determination 353
This enables debug information about when sessions are opened and closed to the Domino server console.
FULL TEXT INDEX DEBUG
This displays information about full-text searches and statistics.
This records every document that is full-text indexed by the Domino server.
This displays debug information about the indexer when updating full-text indexes.
REPLICATION DEBUG PARAMETERS
This debug parameter specifies whether the start and the end of replication sessions are posted to the Domino server console. If using the value of 4, it reports replication all the way down to field-level replication. If set to 3, it records down to the note level, and if set to 2, it reports activity at the database level.
This parameter posts to the Domino server console the time a replication action took.
This parameter provides additional information about each document that is not replicating.
HTTP DEBUG PARAMETERS
This is used to help debug Java agents within HTTP.
This assists in determining which HTTP agent is being processed at the time of a server failure.
This generates htthr files detailing all the HTTP thread activity.
This allows the HTTP log files to be written in ASCII instead of Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code (EBCDIC).
This allows for determining which worker or control thread spawns which Java thread when executing a Java agent. It also prints out the agent name.
TRANSACTION LOGGING DEBUG PARAMETERS
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MEMORY OVERWRITE DEBUG PARAMETERS
This debug parameter is used to help diagnose memory overwrites.
COMPACT DEBUG PARAMETERS
This debug parameter provides additional high-level details about the compact task activity.
REPORTS DEBUG PARAMETERS
This allows for additional logging of reports that are run from reports.nsf.
MEMORY RELATED DEBUG PARAMETERS
This enables memory usage tracking in conjunction with memory dump to help determine if a leak exists.
This assists in debugging potential memory leaks.
This provides for memory-related debug, and is described in 8.4.1, “MEMCHECK”.