Is it time for your Firm to perform an IDOL Indexer sizing exercise?
As your Firm grows and the documents in your iManage Databases increase, the IDOL Servers and Content Engines you originally deployed could be surpassing the iManage recommended Thresholds.
This is cost free exercise that will ensure your IDOL resources are performing optimally now and in the near future.
The IDOL sizing exercise is something in which iManage Support asks you to complete a questionnaire to supply information about your iManage Environment such as:
Based on your answers, iManage can then provide recommendations for architecture and Server resources for your IDOL environment.
Their recommendations may require you to add Content Engines or Servers depending on their finding.
Along with these findings Morae can also perform an IDOL heath check and assist with making sure IDOL Maintenance and Backups are running properly.
You should consider this sizing exercise if any of the following apply:
Obtaining the documents and committed_documents values for a WorkSite Content Engine
Use the Index Browser utility to check the document count for each WorkSite Content Engine.
By default, the Index Browser resides in the following location:
C:Program FilesAutonomyIndexer BrowserIndexerBrowser.bat
Perform the following steps for each WorkSite Content Engine:
NOTE: If you find a disparity of 20% or more between committed_documents and documents, consider running a compaction. We at Morae can help with this.
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