DOMINO 9.0.1

yum install glibc-2.*.i686 libgcc-4*.i686 libXtst-1.*.i686 libXmu-1.*.i686 libXp-1.*.i686 libXft-2.*.i686 libXi-1.*.i686 libstdc++-4.*.i686

groupadd notes
useradd -g notes -s/bin/bash -d /home/notes -m notes
passwd notes

vim /etc/security/limits.conf
*    soft    nofile 65536
*    hard    nofile 65536

/opt/ibm/domino/bin/server -listen

#rc_domino

Copy rc_domino_script into /opt/ibm/domino

Copy rc_domino into /etc/init.d, check variable DOMINO_START_SCRIPT

Copy domino.service into /etc/systemd/system

chmod 755 rc_domino_script
chmod 755 rc_domino
vi rc_domino_script
LOTUS=/opt/ibm/domino
DOMINO_DATA_PATH=/local/notesdata

http://blog.nashcom.de/nashcomblog.nsf/dx/domino-start-script-systemd-support.htm

systemctl start domino.service
systemctl stop domino.service
systemctl status domino.service

Enabling and Disabling the Service
systemctl enable domino.service
systemctl disable domino.service

prepare domino for ldap

name variations with lower security
hostname (Notes Network Ports) = ldap.timetodemo.com
create index names.nsf

ldapsearch

ldapsearch -h ldap.timetodemo.com -D “cn=ldap admin,o=ldap” -w “Passw0rd” -p 389 -b “O=LDAP” -s sub “(cn=ldap admin)”

ldapsearch -h ldap.timetodemo.com -D “cn=ldap admin,o=ldap” -w “Passw0rd” -p 389 -b “O=LDAP” -s sub “(objectclass=dominoperson)”

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