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Re: replogcopy functionality (ITS#3030)


That is not how the replog's work at all:

slapd writes a replog file.

slurpd reads that replog file, and zero's it out, and writes its own copy.

slurpd passes the changes on to the replica's.  After the changes in the 
file have been passed on, it deletes all but the last few changes that the 
replica's have received.  Thus, <all> changes are *not* kept over time.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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Stanford University
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