Setting primary and secondary resource-balancing goals

To balance resources, you establish two goals based on two selected statistics. Each goal is based on a statistic that is associated with the activity you want to balance.

About this task

You can open the Server Profile Options dialog box from the Resource Balancing menu, or by clicking the Server Profile Options button.


  1. From the Domino® Administrator, click the Server - Performance tab.
  2. Select the Activity Trends - Resource Balancing view.
  3. Choose Resource Balancing - Options to open the Server Profile Options dialog box.
  4. Expand the Balancing section, and then click Goals.
  5. Complete these fields to specify the primary goal:
    Table 1. Goals fields



    Statistic Name

    Select a statistic from the list. The default is Notes® Transactions.


    Enter a percentage. The default is 10%.


    Choose one:

    • Trended Data (default) -- To analyze the resource balance based on trended data.
    • Last Observation Data -- To analyze the resource balance based on the data that was gathered during the most recent observation time.

    Over period

    Choose one:

    • Complete Day (24 hours) -- To analyze data gathered during a 24-hour period.
    • Prime Shift Only (default) -- To analyze data gathered during the prime shift hours.
    Note: The prime shift hours are defined on the Activity Logging tab of the Configuration Settings document.
  6. Click Secondary Goal, and repeat Step 5 to specify the values for the secondary goal. Goals that were selected as Primary goals will not appear in the list of available statistics for secondary goals.
  7. Optional: (Optional for secondary goal only) Enable "Other options" if any tolerance value is acceptable as a solution for resource balancing.
  8. Choose one of the following to set defaults for goals. You can set these defaults on either the Primary or Secondary Goal tab.
    • Use Defaults -- To revert to previously saved custom defaults.
    • Save as Defaults -- To save a custom set of defaults and override the system defaults.
    • Reset Defaults -- To revert to the system defaults.