Developer noticed that one file on one server had a lot more documents
than it's replica on another server. I did a
replicate gddata hr/sreview.nsf
11/12/2009 13:43:17 Database Replicator started
11/12/2009 13:43:17 Replicator is set to Ignore Database Quotas
11/12/2009 13:43:17 Starting replication with server GDDATA/DEKKO
11/12/2009 13:43:18 Pushing hr/sreview.nsf to GDDATA/DEKKO
HR\sreview.nsf
11/12/2009 13:43:18 Finished replication with server GDDATA/DEKKO
11/12/2009 13:43:18 Database Replicator shutdown

They were still not in sync. So, using the admin client I cleared the
replication history on both. Then I did another replication and now they
are cool.

How do I know what other databases are fubar?

Should I do some server command to clear replication history and go from
there?

Rob Berendt

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