I have rebuilt my Domino R5 server a couple of times for various reasons (hardware upgrades, etc.), and I found that the information in the Server document pertaining to the CPU count and operating system either did not get updated or has doubled the CPU count. On my test server I have done the install a couple of times; one time I deleted the server from the address book and processed all the updates to the admin and then recreated it, but it did not seem to help. Any help in trying to get this resolved would be appreciated.
These fields are both set by the AdminP process. Make sure you are running the AdminP process on some server within your Domino domain. If you already are doing so, open the database admin4.nsf and make sure there no "stuck/unfinished" jobs in there. If so, you can clear them by typing "tell adminp process all" at the server console.
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