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Remove DDM roll-up from Replication Events 
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: Mark Harbrow795 18 Feb 2008
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In the Replication Events section of log.nsf it is flooded with entries of DDM doing the data roll-up every minute. Generally there is nothing in these documents anyway. It makes it very hard when checking the normal scheduled replication events.

Can it either be removed and put in it's own section or maybe categorise the events in this view so that DDM roll-up replication is together and normal scheduled replication is together?




1) Rob Goudvis6585 (18 Feb 2008)
When you are thinking along this path, I can add another suggestion: have an option to show the replication events in the details of the user activity.

In a system with regular replication these type of accesses to an application are not really relevant to see. I have a customer with a server cluster where this replication takes place every 5 mintues. In practice you will find no older entries in the user activity later than 5 hours back. This is because the number of entries is limited to 1400.










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