I'll try that next time. I did the delete and restore from cluster
backup.

However, we're not trusting clustering and replication. Some documents
were missing. Document counts were off. A little off is expected but it
was outside of reasonableness. Attempts to replicate immediately saw no
differences. However, clearing replication history and doing it again
fixed it. Work around: Clear replication history on a periodic basis.


Rob Berendt

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