We do clustering. ServerA1 will be in a cluster with ServerA2 and
ServerA3. There will be a B, C, D... for different functions.
We only backup ServerA1 once a quarter. We backup ServerA2 nightly, after
dropping it.

User (from our department, luckily) opened a file on ServerA2 and noticed
that it didn't have any documents. So I went into it, saw the same thing
and did a File, Replication with ServerA1. Ran quick but no documents. So
I did a File, Replication, Clear history. Reran the replication and got
all the documents. Took a lot longer too.

So how does one handle this, operationally? Is there a tool in
Administrator that says these databases don't match and you need to handle
it, perhaps clear replication history? I'd hate to setup an agent to just
clear replication history on all databases on a periodic basis. I can see
it taking days to check this, bottleneck the network, play havoc with
backup and generally making my life unpleasant.

Rob Berendt

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