Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) is a versatile tool included in Notes/Domino 7.x and higher that monitors events registered during the Domino server logging process, arranges those events according to level of severity and suggests how to fix server issues. These are only a few of its many other administrative capabilities.
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No matter your level of expertise, this tutorial can help. Whether DDM is completely new to you, you need a refresher on configuration, or you're looking for a few pointers on Notes.ini variables and console commands -- you'll find what you need here.
TUTORIAL: ALL ABOUT DOMINO DOMAIN MONITORING
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Michael "Mike" Kinder is a senior application developer and administrator with over 13+ years experience in the Lotus Notes/Domino environment, including work with BlackBerry, Barracuda, Sametime and integration with other systems. He is currently building a Managed Services/Business Development Center in Northern Maine. He is available for consulting opportunities in both development and administration. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.