Given that you already have expertise in triggers, that would seem the
logical way to go. Just have the trigger write some indicator (as you
mentioned, a dataq) and then a background job can take it from there.
That way the job that issues the live db update isn't delayed by
replication. And then you can take down the replication and just have it
queue up as needed.

-Walden



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