Notes Traveler Server Console Commands
This is a listing of the basic Tell Traveler commands and the expected results.
Resolving the problem
|Load traveler||Start the Notes Traveler server task|
|Tell Traveler Shutdown||Stops the server from accepting new work requests, allows current work to
complete, and then quits.
|Tell Traveler Quit||The shutdown command waits for any pending syncs to complete and then quits. The
quit command does not wait for any pending syncs to complete and quits in a much shorter amount of
time. The default quit time for shutdown is 300 seconds, and 40 seconds for quit. You can override the
default shutdown and quit time by setting the notes.ini parameters NTS_MAINTASK_SHUTDOWN_WAIT_TIME
and NTS_MAINTASK_QUIT_WAIT_TIME. The values are in seconds
|Restart Task Traveler||Restarts the Notes Traveler task|
|Tell Traveler Help||Displays Help topics|
|Tell Traveler Version||Displays the version information for the IBM Notes Traveler server.|
|Tell Traveler Active||Displays the users who are currently synchronizing with the server.|
|Tell Traveler Users||Displays the users allocated on the server. This is useful in an HA environment for
understanding how users are spread over the various HA servers. This is not a specific HA command.
|Tell Traveler dump user||Dumps the information about the specified user to a file|
|Tell traveler User user||Displays all the information and devices associated with the specified user. This
command also validates whether the user is correctly configured for IBM Notes Traveler server
|Tell Traveler Security AllStatus||Displays status of all users and devices|
|Tell Traveler Security status user||Displays status of user and devices owned|
|Tell traveler stat show *
Additional info can be found in TN 1613598
|Displays the Lotus Notes Traveler server statistics.
List of all the Traveler statistics that have been collected since the stats were last reset (the statistics are automatically reset each time the Traveler process is restarted).
|Tell Traveler Stat Clear||Clears the IBM Notes Traveler server statistics|
|Tell traveler Memory / Tell Traveler Mem Show||Displays the amount of memory that IBM Notes Traveler is using and how much memory is free for use|
|Tell Traveler Threads||Display server thread pools and thread information|
|Tell Traveler Security Delete device user||Removes the device|
|Tell Traveler Reset device user||Forces a sync reset for a device|
|Tell Traveler Delete device user||Deletes all data associated with the specified user, including all device
|Tell Traveler Mailreplicas show user||Shows current mail replica information being used by IBM Notes Traveler for the user|
For a full listing of all Traveler commands, please see the following product documentation:
Tell command reference
A list of all tell commands and their effects.
High Availability commands
There are several commands used specifically for the HA environment.
The tell status command for IBM Notes Traveler server is tell traveler status.
Commands for providing a status check of the IBM Notes Traveler server..
Resetting users and devices
Information on commands that reset users and devices.
Information on the options that can be used with the log command.:
This section provides details on commands for getting diagnostic information about the IBM Notes Traveler server.
More support for:
Software version: 8.5.3, 9.0, 9.0.1
Operating system(s): Android, BlackBerry OS, IBM i, Linux, Symbian OS, Windows, Windows Mobile, iOS
Reference #: 1668603
Modified date: 01 April 2015