This test reports whether a Notes client is able to connect to the Lotus Domino mail server, and also measures the responsiveness of the mail server. This test is disabled by default. To enable the test, go to the enable / disable tests page using the menu sequence : Agents -> Tests -> Enable/Disable, pick Domino Mail as the desired Component type, set Performance as the Test type, choose the test from the disabled tests list, and click on the < button to move the test to the ENABLED TESTS list. Finally, click the Update button.

Target of the test : A Domino mail server

Agent deploying the test : An internal agent

Outputs of the test : One set of results for the Domino mail server being monitored.

Configurable parameters for the test
Parameter Description

Test Period

How often should the test be executed.


The IP address of the host for which the test is to be configured.


The port number to which the server being configured listens.


  • The port of the Domino HTTP server.
  • Username

    The user name using which the test needs to connect to the Domino mail server.


    The password of the specified Username.

    Confirm Password

    Confirm the password by retyping it here.

    Measurements made by the test
    Measurement Description Measurement Unit Interpretation

    NRPC availability

    Indicates whether the Notes client is able to connect to the Domino server via the Domino router.


    While the value 100 indicates that a connection has been established, 0 indicates a lack of connectivity.


    NRPC response time

    Indicates the time taken by the Domino mail server to respond to requests from clients.




    This test will report measures only if the following are in place:

    • The Domino HTTP Server should be running.
    • The DIIOP task of the Domino mail server should have been started.
    • The NCSO.jar file available in the <LOTUSNOTES_INSTALL_DIR>\Domino\Data\domino\java directory should be copied to the <EG_INSTALL_DIR>\lib directory.