Show Server

Shows server status information.


Includes the server name, data directory on the server, time elapsed since server startup, transaction statistics, and the status of shared, pending, and dead mail.

Tip: To view server information from the Domino® Administrator, open the Domain bookmark in the bookmark bar, right-click a server, and then choose Server Properties.


 Show Server 

Information output items and descriptions

  • Server name

    Name you gave to the server during the setup procedure.

  • Server directory

    Directory where the Domino® data files are stored.

  • Elapsed time

    Days, hours, minutes, and seconds since the server was started.

  • Transactions

    Total number of times the server was used since the server started. Transactions include: opening a database, closing a database, writing to a database, routing mail to a database, and reading from a database.

  • Transactions/minute

    Total number of transactions on this server in the past minute and the past hour. "Peak" is the highest number of transactions per minute since the server started.

  • Peak # of sessions

    Maximum number of sessions (users and servers connected at one time) since the server started.

  • Pending mail

    Number of mail documents waiting to be routed to other servers and users.

  • Dead mail

    Number of undeliverable mail documents that have been returned to the server. If there are any dead mail documents, check MAIL.BOX to release them.

  • DAOS

    Status for the Domino® Attachment and Object Service. Reveals whether consolidation of file attachments is currently Enabled, Not Enabled, or Read Only. When the status is Read Only, consolidation is disabled for new and newly modified attachments, but some attachments remain in the repository from the last time the service was enabled.

  • Database server

    The database server performs remote database operations and all client transactions, such as opening, closing, reading, and writing to Notes® databases; performing console commands; and listening on serial and network ports for user requests to connect to a specific database.

  • Replicator

    The Replicator performs database replication between this server and other servers and workstations. The Replica task runs the Replicator.

  • Router

    The Router routes mail between users on this server and on other servers. The Router task runs the Router.

  • Indexer

    The Indexer builds indexes, or views, of all databases and keeps track of changes to databases. The Update task runs the Indexer.