• Subject: Should one run replicator in a cluster situation?
  • From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 14:10:48 -0500


We have multiple clusters.  I can understand that you would need to run
replication from a server in one cluster to a server in another cluster in
order to sync up databases, (such as the NAB).  However should you have
connection documents to do replication between servers in the same cluster?
One software vendor says no.  I just am concerned in case the clusters are
out of sync.

What fired this off is that this vendor sells a product to copy a database
from one server to another, with an option to make it a replica copy.
Well, if we do a File, Replication, New Replica then we don't have any
problems.  However if we use their software then certain thinks get doubled
up - namely some user folders and lots of sent mail.  They are claiming it
is because replica is kicking in during the large email file initial
replication.

If I change the Connection documents between the two servers in the one
cluster, and disable replication.  Do I have to shutdown the servers for
the changes to take effect?

Rob Berendt

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