|Notes/Domino 6.5.5 FP2 Maintenance Release
November 7, 2006
IBM Lotus announces Domino 6.5.5 Fix Pack 2. IBM strongly recommends
upgrading to the latest Fix Pack, since Fix Packs address a small percentage
of defects that impact the broadest set of customers. This is a scheduled
Fix Pack of a limited number of low-risk/high-impact fixes to help customers
safely avoid known problems. Fix Packs are released periodically
between Maintenance Releases to provide a greater level of stability for
customer environments. Fix Packs go through the same level of fix,
regression and interoperability testing that occurs with our Maintenance
6.5.5 Fix Pack 2 may be applied on any language version of Domino 6.5.5.
All fixes in this Fix Pack have already been successfully deployed at customer
sites. Fix Pack fixes are included in the next shipping Maintenance
Release, so 6.5.5 FP2 fixes will also ship in 6.5.6. Customers unable
to upgrade to later Maintenance Releases will want to install Fix Packs
to benefit from later fixes made to the product. By providing a small
number of fixes, customers are able to accept fewer code changes with lower
risk, allowing them to "patch" an older Maintenance Release until
a more extensive upgrade to the current Maintenance Release is possible.
Fix Packs may be downloaded from the web, but will not be distributed on
While Fix Packs provide important fixes and IBM strongly recommends applying
the latest Fix pack available for a Maintenance Release, IBM still recommends
that customers upgrade to the latest Maintenance Release + Fix Pack combination
to receive the broadest set of fixes available. You will receive
more overall fixes with a later Maintenance Release + Fix Pack than with
a set of Fix Packs on top of an earlier maintenance Release.
The following is a list of the problems fixed in this 6.5.5 Fix Pack.
1. There are 2 fixes below with a plus symbol (+) before the SPR number.
This symbol indicates fixes for regression bugs. A regression bug is a
bug that was introduced in a Maintenance Release that did not exist in
previous releases of that code stream. For example, a bug that appears
in R6.5.5 but did not exist in R6.5.3 is a regression.
2. Technote Numbers are displayed in parenthesis following the fix description.
IBM Lotus Domino Web Access:
- SPR# MSER6H2AXN - Fixed a crash during the
initialization of spell check. The following Notes.ini variable is
required to enable this fix: "iNotes_WA_SingleThreadSpellCheck=1".
- SPR# ASCR6KNHTK - Fixed a potential replication
memory leak (BLK_CL_OPENED_NOTE). (TN# 1242086)
- SPR# ASCR6LVBZ6 - Better shared memory management
under low memory conditions. (TN# 1230991)
- SPR# BHAL6KWT2X - This fix prevents a semaphore
deadlock that can lead to a server hang. (TN# 1228482)
- SPR# CMCY6KBQAR - Fixed a problem during
namelookups. This problem is observed if you see that the $users,
$peoplegroupsflat, and $serveraccess views were getting rebuilt during
the day, causing slowdowns.
- SPR# CTOI68RDMH - Fixed an occasional crash
in DIIOP under heavy loads when there is an off by one condition during
recycling events. This means that the actual number of objects that
need to be recycled does not match the count we maintain. (TN# 1196707)
- SPR# DCOY6MQL7X - NSD now uses an alternative
method of mapping addresses to function names in system modules so issues
with sym files are avoided. Prior to this fix, Notes/Domino would
sometimes crash attempting to generate sym files for system modules. With
this fix, sym files are no longer created.
- SPR# DDAN6D7RD3 - Server crashed PANIC: OSBBlockAddr:
Bad BBlock handle (FFFFFFFF) due to bad RTRUNIDTableIdx count. This
problem has been fixed in 7.0.2 and 6.5.5 FP2.
- SPR# DPOS4KEK4E - Fixed a problem with container
leaks in IMAP. (TN# 1214977)
- SPR# DSTT6APL83 - This fix provides Notes.ini
variables to control the maximum amount of shared memory the backup process
will consume before using temporary files on disk. The Notes.ini
variable "NSF_Backup_Memory_Constrained=1" enables the feature
with a default size of 20Mb, the Notes.ini variable "NSF_Backup_Memory_Limit"
is provided to tune that size. The default is NSF_Backup_Memory_Limit=20000000.
- SPR# EPOD6J9SVK - AdminP move user corrupted
a mailfile when moving from Windows to AIX. A problem was uncovered
where cross platform copied databases resulted in the folder directory
structure not sorting properly. A workaround is to run fixup -v on
the target platform until this fix is applied.
- +SPR# FTMN6A5KHC - Fixed an intermittent
crash in the DIIOP task which could occur if a CItem object is invalid.
This regression was introduced in 6.5.2. (TN# 1223447)
- SPR# GHAN6MBPPG - Fixed a memory leak for
BLK_OPENED_NOTE which caused a server crash. (TN# 1242086)
- +SPR# GLAS6M3NSM - The chair of a meeting
will not receive an approval notice when the room owner accepts the meeting.
Also, the room will not be reserved, as the accept notification is
dropped by the router and never processed. This regression was introduced
- SPR# GRCE6ADT4R - During a mail file move,
the AdminP failed with the errors: "Error: Unable to obtain
mail archive settings for mailfile" and "Error: Signer does not
have the required access rights to the source database." In
most cases this error can be resolved by having the mail file owner access
the archive profile in the mailfile, and accept the current settings. This
should resign the profile with the appropriate name and allow the operations
to complete. The administrator can then restart the request which
failed. Most likely either "Create New Mailfile Replica"
or "Push Changes to New Mail Server" will need to be restarted
from the admin4 database. (TN# 1233114,
- SPR# GRCE6EJKU3 - Replaced a panic with a
graceful error return. Prior to this fix, the panic would return
"PANIC: OSAddressInVARRAY: VARRAY element index is too large (1748
> 174". (TN# 1238830)
- SPR# HZHG6DV367 - Fixed a server crash because
of a Windows Access Violation. (TN# 1248347)
- SPR# JACE6LB9DB - Fixed a memory leak when
resources for a form were in an external database. (TN# 1248814)
- SPR# JCHN5YXJ8Q - Fixed LkMgr crashes. There
were some problems in the usage of the database locking mechanism that
resulted in many code paths not properly handling error conditions. The
number of code paths and the conditions to hit them are many and the timing
and error conditions fairly subtle that it really can not be described
very easily into exact reproducible scenarios.
- SPR# JCHN6K4TV6 - Fixed a crash when running
updall on a corrupt note.
- SPR# JCHN6MX5WW - This fix prevents situations
where the logger could not flush transactions to a database because the
database reference in DbDirMan had been nulled out. If the databases
were not reopened, this could lead to a log full situation. (TN#
- SPR# JGRP6AU7P9 - If a user attempts to create
an archive database from an archive database, a profile handle would be
leaked. This problem has been fixed. (TN# 1242086)
- SPR# JMAN6GUN9U - This fix prevents a server
slowdown if flushing does not succeed. (TN# 1248023)
- SPR# JPAI6RUKRA - Fixed a Domino Server problem
that caused the creation of too many BLK_OPENED_NOTE pools without first
utilizing previous pools created, which can cause memory utilization spikes
and out of handle crashes. (TN# 1242086)
- SPR# KEMG6SRKEM - Fixed a potential security
- SPR# LFOS6H3UAZ - Fixed a memory leak when
using a multiple server single sign-on.
- SPR# LMAN6AAPWF - Fixed a panic during open
archive settings when there was a policy with no criteria. (TN# 1240466)
- SPR# LORN6FKK9Q - Fixed an issue where group
names were not properly componentize during filter qualification. This
problem occurred with LDAP searches whose filters contained the CN attribute,
and did not return the correct result set. (TN# 1215368)
- SPR# LVAE69UHAZ - Fixed a Semaphore deadlock
involving SEM_RM_TRAN "Recovery Manager:Transaction list synchronization
semaphore" and a database semaphore (TN# 1206294)
- SPR# LVAE6H5PAJ - Fixed a potential Router
crash when transferring a message over SMTP. (TN# 1220977)
- SPR# MKIN6JKSZQ - Fixed a leak of block type
0x3A33 BLK_HTTP_INPROCESSMEM that caused http to use too much memory. (TN#
- SPR# MSAN6FTFQN - Fixed a memory leak for
BLK_OPENED_NOTE. (TN# 1242086)
- SPR# MSAN6LFF3G - Fixed a potential server
crash when the Notes.ini variable NSF_DOCCACHE_THREAD is set.
- SPR# NBRR6DETXC - Starting on May 19, 2006,
Web users may see a message stating that the certificate has expired when
Domino applets are loaded by the JVM or JRE in a Web browser. Applets
have been re-signed and are available as support downloads for multiple
versions of Domino. The certificate expiration has been extended
until 2009. (TN# 1238081)
- SPR# NORK6NLNDB - Fixed an http crash when
opening a document with a corrupt GIF image.
- SPR# RBEE6RNKUZ - This fix completes the
work done to resolve the problem reported in the SPR TFER6BPKSX "Domino
time clock display 'jumps' backwards and forward in time". Both
SPR's, RBEE6RNKUZ and TFER6BPKSX, are required to resolve the time
jumping issues on AIX.
- SPR# RBRE6J6LCW - Fixed a deadlock between
nif and fixup. (TN# 1226175)
- SPR# SLED6LRN9K - This fix stops Domino from
incorrectly setting items protected when a note was modified by a user
with Author access and the database was in Directory Assistance. The
item name was also not a reserved item name. This problem was fixed
in 6.5.5 FP2. (TN# 1237167)
- SPR# SKAI6J58UL - Fixed a Domino server hang
with 0x0244 database semaphore when the cleanup thread was loaded. Prior
to this fix, there was a timing issue with the creation of the osfdg shutdown
thread and the process shutdown which can result in a loss of an the OSCreateThread
event and thus block any thread creation from then on. (TN# 1248297)
- SPR# TFER6BPKSX - Fixed instances a problem
on some AIX systems where the time in the log would jump forward and backward.
The fix for this problem has been completed in SPR RBEE6RNKUZ. Both
of the SPR's, RBEE6RNKUZ and TFER6BPKSX, are required to resolve the time
jumping issues on AIX. (TN# 1232862)
- SPR# TJOR6GVSUW - Fixed a crash in the LDAP
server when performing a Domino UNID search against the condensed directory
catalog (CDC). (TN# 1225761)
- SPR# VDES6H9JA9 - Under some situations $Writers
replicates to replica servers, but never gets removed when the note is
unlocked. (TN# 1236863)
- SPR# VOHL6F6QZ3 - This fix prevents a potential
server crash with "PANIC: OSAddressInVARRAY: VARRAY element index
is too large".
- SPR# WTHE6FLPXW - Fixed a server hang/crash
caused by semaphore deadlock or lockouts. (TN# 1247969)
- SPR# WMUY6HJPLW - Fixed a crash cycling through
paragraph styles and another crash opening a mime newsletter that had an
open anchor tag followed by tables. (TN# 1230882)
- SPR# WWHN6MJKH5 - Server crash on the nserver
task with the error "PANIC: OSVBlockAddr: Bad VBlock handle (FFFF\0)".
To fix this problem, an index check was fixed that allowed access
off the end of an array.
- SPR# YFEG6FMW3Y - Fix for the ServerTranSchRetrieve()
busytime transaction to properly handle cases where a failure could result
in a server crash when an invalid memory handle gets reused. (TN# 1239070)
- SPR# YPHG6L4A9A - On AIX 5.3, if /etc/resolv.conf
is missing, Domino can crash. This fix prevents the crash. (TN# 1238728)
- SPR# YYUN6TNDYZ - Renewed signing certificate
for .cab files.
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