Lotus Domino locale settings

After upgrading a Domino server from 8.0 to 8.0.2 on RHEL and installation of the german language pack, the console.log looked very strange:

30.09.2008 16:18:53 33:02
ConvertZoneToText: Warning Time Zone -1 not found!
30.09.2008 16:18:53 33:14
ConvertZoneToText: Warning Time Zone -1 not found!

A little research and the problem cleared up: domino is missing ressource files for the servers default language.
This was solved after the correct language was set in the rc_script:

DOMINO_LANG="en_EN.UTF-8"

clean up after a crashed Lotus Notes Domino server

export UNIX_USER=$USER
export NOTES_USER=$UNIX_USER # AIX userid for this server
export NOTES_SERVER=$UNIX_USER # Name of Domino Server
export NOTES_PATH=/usr/local/$NOTES_SERVER/notesdata # Path for server data directory
export OUTPUT_LOG=$NOTES_PATH/$NOTES_SERVER.log # Output file for server console
export INPUT_FILE=$NOTES_PATH/$NOTES_USER.input # Input file for server console
export LOTUS=/opt/ibm/lotus
export PATH=$NOTES_PATH:$LOTUS/bin:$LOTUS/notes/latest/linux:$LOTUS/notes/latest/linuc/res/C:$PATH

function cleanup
{
# Kill all domino processes
for pid in `ps -fu $NOTES_USER | grep $LOTUS | grep -v $script_name | grep -v grep | awk '{ print $2 }'`; do
kill -9 $pid
done
# Clean up IPC if the Domino Server terminated abnormally
rm -f $NOTES_DATA/~notes.lck
mems=`ipcs | grep $NOTES_USER | grep ^m | awk '{ print $2 }'`
sems=`ipcs | grep $NOTES_USER | grep ^s | awk '{ print $2 }'`
for j in $mems; do if [ -n "$j" ]; then ipcrm -m $j; fi; done
for j in $sems; do if [ -n "$j" ]; then ipcrm -s $j; fi; done
}