Interesante documento en IBM DeveloperWorks, me lo quedo para el ESLUG Factory.
Many customers run their Domino servers on IBM i. Domino on IBM i differentiates itself from on other platform in that you can install multiple versions of Domino on one single IBM i partition and configure multiple Domino partitions(instances) of each version of Domino, while on the other platforms on each server usually you can only install and configure one Domino server instance. This enables IBM i to be the natural platform for the enterprises who need to deploy multiple Domino servers.
Lotus Domino Administrator is the primary tool provided by IBM to manage and operate the Domino servers on different kind of platforms including IBM i. Given the specific characteristic of Domino on IBM i, IBM provides a couple of Domino CL(Control Language) commands for you. By using the Domino CL commands you can view all the Domino servers configured on an IBM i partition, start or stop Domino server(s), monitor Domino server status, view and mange all the jobs of a Domino server, view and edit Domino server Notes.ini file, view Domino server console log, and so on. Besides the manual steps to manage Domino servers using the Domino CL commands, some IT departments have a need to manage Domino servers programmatically. For example, IT may require that all the active Domino servers be shutdown automatically each Saturday at 5PM, so that backups can be performed and all of the NSF databases compacted to release disk storage .........