On 10/29/2017 10:11 PM, Sergei Gerasenko wrote:
Thank you for the quick response. I’m just beginning to unravel the
mysteries of replication
Easier said than done...
, so I really appreciate an expert’s help.
As you can see in the screenshot,
There is no screenshot attached.
the max db csn is quite a bit ahead. Is that an indication of a
How far ahead? Is replication working or not? Was it ever working?
Were your replication agreements initialized?
Should the server not try to minimize the difference?
course, but... All depends on what kind of replication are you
using? Regular or fractional? Are you replicating multiple backends?
I’m theorizing that some of the changes that might occur should not
replicated — causing the RUV maxcsn to increase but not the agreement’s?
depends on your setup. Are you using FreeIPA? Or is replication
I would verify replication is working by making an update and seeing if
that update gets replicated to the other replicas. Also check the
Also, the *Last Modify Time* column for some servers shows “1/1/1970
00:00:00”. I’ve verified that that’s how it comes from the search
query. What’s that an indication of?
> On Oct 29, 2017, at 4:59 PM, Mark Reynolds <mareynol(a)redhat.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> On 10/29/2017 03:20 PM, Sergei Gerasenko wrote:
>> My question now is: what’s the difference between the maxcsn of the
>> agreement and the maxcsn in the RUV?
> The maxcsn in the RUV is where the database is at, the agreement maxcsn
> is what the repl agreement has processed.
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