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50 tips for analyzing and improving Notes/Domino application performance

Jamie Magee  August 3 2010 03:02:57 PM
From IamLUG 2010...

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Prevent, identify, and fix the most common performance problems in Domino applications! This updated and fast-moving session covers over 50 Notes and Web performance tips including formulas, LotusScript, agents, views, forms, images, DB properties, security, CSS, JavaScript, GZip, caching, and server settings every developer should know. Learn how to trace slow performance in existing applications, including an open source tool to reveal what Notes is waiting for when you see the yellow lightning symbol. Emphasis is placed on balancing performance, maintainability and functionality.
Comments

1Giuseppe Grasso  08/04/2010 5:17:58 AM  50 tips for analyzing and improving Notes/Domino application performance

As usual from you, great content! thanks for sharing Jamie.

2Glen  08/04/2010 6:44:38 AM  50 tips for analyzing and improving Notes/Domino application performance

Slide 7 suggests that disabling Transaction Logging improves performance. If Transaction Logging is set up correctly it should improve performance.

3Jamie Magee  08/04/2010 3:03:35 PM  50 tips for analyzing and improving Notes/Domino application performance

Glen - yes, absolutely correct, thanks for adding that here.... In the presentation we delivered yesterday at IamLUG, we discuss that exact point. It's similar for increasing the "maximum concurrent agents" setting, which helps performance if -- and only if -- there are enough RAM and CPU resources. If not, then it can make performance worse..