Reverse Replication woes – solved

- Sensei Martin

Hot off the press/keyboard (i.e. not fully tested). With the help of an Adobe support engineer in Basel and an on-site Adobe consultant we discovered what the root cause of the reverse replication problem was.

Namely, that when a user voted in a poll, the new vote AND ALL previous votes were being reverse replicated. This caused a MASSIVE workload on the Author because each node in the /var/replication/outbox did not contain 1 corresponding vote; it actually contained ALL of the votes including the new additional one. This explains why the Author would take 20 minutes to process just 10 nodes in the outbox.



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