Andy Pedisich May 10 2010 04:03:05 PMFirst, the DAOS stuff.
It was a dark and stormy night. And all the sailors were below decks as the ship was tossed like a cork amid the 30 foot waves. Slowly, an ancient sailor with a long grey beard and a peg leg got up from his bunk and began this story.
"It was a dark and stormy night. And all the sailors were below decks as the ship was tossed like a cork amid the 30 foot waves. Slowly, an ancient sailor with a long grey beard and a peg leg got up from his bunk and began this story...
'It was a dark and storm night'.... "
Et cetera, et cetera.
Ahh... the DAOS stuff.. If you remember from the last post, had backed all the mail files out of DAOS and still I had a 260 GB folder full of NLOs. Long story incredibly shorter, I deleted all the attachments that I didn't think were really linked to any messages. Actually, I moved them, just in case I was wrong.
It was a success. The attachments in the DAOS folder were all leftovers from several attempts at reconfiguring DAOS. The actual size of the newly configured DAOS folder was 90 GB and the messages were about 100 GB. Notes Administrator client was giving me correct information. Success! All you naysayers should be ashamed of yourselves.
Here I am in Boston. Admin 2010 attendees are starting to arrive. I just talked with Notes Goddess Susan Bulloch who will also be doing a Jumpstart tomorrow. She lives down the hall from us on the 17th floor of the Sheraton Boston. I'm sure that there will be beverages consumed with Susan and the others tonight.
Tomorrow it's All Roads Lead to Roam, all about the Roaming User. I get to do demos that really show off how it works. I'm excited about that, be cause I personally really like it when I can see it happen, not just read about it or have someone yack about it. Lotus Notes/Domino stuff will run hot and heavy over the next 4 days.
But for now, I'm going to kick back, make sure demos for the other sessions are working as planned. In a little bit, we'll get some chow.
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