How do I add or remove replicas from bookmarks?

You can add or remove a replica of an HCL Notes® application from your bookmarks. You can also find all the servers that have a replica of an application, and direct your bookmark to find a new server to which the server administrator has moved a replica.

About this task

If the Manage Replica Server List dialog box is not open, right-click (Macintosh users, Ctrl+click) the bookmark for a replica and click Open Replica > Manage Replicas (Notes Basic client users: click Open Replica > Manage List).

Select any of these topics:

  • To remove a replica from your bookmarks
  • To add a replica to your bookmarks
  • To find servers that contain a replica
  • To direct a replica to a new server

To remove a replica from your bookmarks

Procedure

  1. Select a server from the list in the Manage Replica Server List dialog box.
  2. Click Remove.

To add a replica to your bookmarks

Procedure

  1. In the Add server list in the Manage Replica Server List dialog box, select a server that contains a replica of the application.
  2. Click Add.

Results

Note: This is a list of all the servers currently in your bookmarks. You cannot add a server to this list unless it contains a replica of the application.

To find servers that contain a replica

Procedure

You can have Notes find all the servers in your domain that contain a replica of the application by clicking Discover in the Manage Replica Server List dialog box. This may be a long process.

To direct a replica to a new server

About this task

When you attempt to replicate to a replica and receive a message that the replica has moved to a different server, you need to point your bookmark to the new server.

Procedure

  1. Locate the replica's bookmark.
  2. Right-click the bookmark, then select Open Replica > Manage List.
  3. Type the name of the new server to which you want to replicate at the bottom and click Add.
  4. The next time Notes replicates, it tries the old server first, then the new server you just added.