Lotus Notes Domino Database Management

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About Lotus Notes Domino Database Management

Lotus Notes Domino stores information in databases with .nsf, .ndk, .ntf and .box extensions. Some commonly known Notes Storage Facility (NSF) database files include names.nsf, admin4.nsf, certlog.nsf, events4.nsf, log.nsf, statrep.nsf and mail.box. It is important to maintain the consistency of database files for backup, recovery and data integrity purposes. These tips and tutorials explain Lotus Notes Domino database architecture and configuration, and offer database management best practices that will optimize system performance and reliability.