Taking Notez

Notes from My Work with WebSphere Portal, Domino, and Other IBM Technology

Purging Deletion Stubs from Lotus Notes Databases

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Nothing new in the world of deletion stubs but I was interested to learn that, “You can see the approximate number of document deletion stubs in a database by adding up all shared fields and all documents, and then subtracting this number from the total number of documents shown when a new replica of the database is created.”

Technote: 1095683 http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/support

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Written by David Wilkerson

February 8, 2011 at 12:54 pm

Posted in Lotus Domino, Tip

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