That's not a bad idea for making sure that no modifications get sent back
into the other servers. However, I would recommend doing a push/pull
initiated from the admin server. For one, if you're only pushing, then
you're not getting any of the adminp requests replicated to the admin server
and some things in the server docs may not be correct (like server version,
etc...) in both replicas.

On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 5:56 PM, Nathan Simpson <nathan@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Can I ask what options you set for replication between your servers. Say
between a Domino (email), Sametime and Quickr servers. In our case they are
all in the same domain and OU.

Currently we have it setup that the Domino server (our first Domino server
and email) push ALL to our other servers. And the other servers have the
replication task disabled, so nothing goes outwards from them.

Should I be replicating back from the Quickr and Sametime servers to our
email server?

The Quickr and Sametime would be used exactly for what they are designed
for, team based collab and IM/meetings. No one creates DBs so I can't see
why replication would need to go that way.

But there is probably something I have missed.



Nathan Simpson
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