Ok, thank you
> 2. How do I see the setting for the max life of a CSN?
There is no "max life" of a csn.
Ok, what brought this up is that about every week, one of the machines in our environment
breaks the replication with messages like this:
[01/Nov/2017:17:12:52.815891904 +0000] agmt="cn=meToXXXX" - Can't locate CSN
59f9d98a000000760000 in the changelog (DB rc=-30988). If replication stops, the consumer
may need to be reinitialized.
[01/Nov/2017:17:12:52.820619690 +0000] NSMMReplicationPlugin - changelog program -
agmt="cn=meXXXX": CSN 59f9d98a000000760000 not found, we aren't as up to
date, or we purged
[01/Nov/2017:17:12:52.828626595 +0000] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
agmt="cn=meToXXXX": Data required to update replica has been purged from the
changelog. The replica must be reinitialized.
So it made me think that perhaps the CSN record is removed too early? The ’76’ in the CSN
is the machine having the problem. What do you think could cause problems of this kind?
There is replication purging and changelog trimming that uses csns in
RUV's to determine what can be removed. The admin guide talks about these in more
> 3. How do I view a particular CSN (i.e. its contents)?
Breaks down like this:
59f9e547 0002 0001 0000
Yep, found that info previously, but thank you still!