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Re: when send 'cancel' in persist sync mode ?

--On Monday, February 13, 2006 1:36 PM +0800 William <zzw_happy@yahoo.com.cn> wrote:


Your question makes no sense. There is no specific time any consumer
"should" send a cancel request. The consumer listens for as long as
you're interested in receiving updates. When you decide you're not
interested any more, you can just shutdown the consumer.

thanks for reply, can consumer be configed so that it will stop after synced OK instead of being shutdown ??

Again, what you are asking makes no sense.

The point of replication is for the consumer to stay in "sync" with the master. Stopping the synchronization is not a desired behavior. Why do you want to make your replicas stop being updated?


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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ITS/Shared Application Services
Stanford University
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