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To start the Domino server:
Log onto the system with the Domino user ID.
Ensure that you are in the notesdata directory.
Start the server with the command: /opt/lotus/bin/server.
This starts the server and you see the Domino startup messages on your screen.
For future startups, you might want to start with server with the -jc -c option; see Figure 7-35. However the Domino console messages will not come to your screen.
domservb@linuxb:/domservb/notesdata #/opt/lotus/bin/server -jc -c /proc/3019/mapped_base has been set to the recommended value of 134217728 The value in /proc/sys/fs/file-max is 26214, which does not match the recommended value of 131072 The value in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_fin_timeout is 60, which does not match the recommended value of 15 The value in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_max_syn_backlog is 1024, which does not match the recommended value of 16384 The value in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_tw_reuse is 0, which does not match the recommended value of 1 The value in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_local_port_range is 32768 61000, which does not match the recommended value of 1024 65535 Note: If the Domino Server requires a password, you must first connect to the Domino Server Controller via the Domino Console and enter the password to start the Domino Server. Domino Server Controller started at 8/15/03 5:29 PM. Host name is linuxb.itso.com/10.32.16.24 Listening for connect requests on TCP Port: 2050 Domino Server started at 8/15/03 5:29 PM.
To see these messages, you can log onto the server using the Domino Console; see 8.1.1, "Domino Controller and Domino Console" on page 170 for more information. If you want to have the messages come to your user console, start the server without the last -c.
If the Domino Server requires a password, you must first connect to the Domino Server Controller using the Domino Console, then enter the password to start the Domino Server.
In the installation guide, there is a section for optional post-installation steps with information on how to do the following:
Create an additional organization certifier ID
Create an organizational unit certifier ID
Use Internet site documents to configure Internet protocol server tasks
Enable the Internet sites view
Create an Internet site document
Set up security for Internet site documents
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