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, Aug 24, 2010 7:07:55 PM
5 responses to XPages Server Bug You Might Not Know About, But May Have Already Bit You.
Jeremy Hodge, August 24, 2010 8:33 PM
Add the following to your server's notes.ini
Then in the IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT folder, you get files matching the "htthr_processid_threadid_YYYYMMDD@HHMMSS.log" filespec with which you can troubleshoot what is happening.
I also found
to be helpful as well
Patrick Picard, August 24, 2010 8:19 PM
What are the HTTP debug switches you used to show the 15sec delay?
I want to debug an issue where it takes a while to display a login page on a websserver and returning back to the originating page..
Jeremy Hodge, August 24, 2010 8:07 PM
its specifically "server" ... not "replace server with your server's name" ... and the yourdomain.tld will be the domain that get appended to your queries via DNS, which in windows you can find out if that is happening if you run a command prompt, then type hostname, then type nslookup -insert_what_hostname_told_you_here-, for example:
If it returns myServer_dell.somedomain.com then your server is set to append somedomain.com to your queries, so add
to your server's host file
Sean Cull, August 24, 2010 8:01 PM
Jeremey, thanks for this, It may be an issue for me.
for clarification if my server is acme01/srv/acme and is delivering content via acme.com do you really mean
or do you mean
i.e is it literally "server" or figuratively "server" if that makes sense
Nathan T. Freeman, August 24, 2010 7:39 PM
Debugging network stack problems gives me brain lesions :( But it was worth it to learn about YourKit.