On a server with a lot of users, the log file can get very big. It's possible to archive the log.nsf file, but it doesn't reduce the file-size, and it's most of the time impossible to compact the log.nsf while the server is running.
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Is there a way to speed it up (flush the print buffer)?
I'd like to see the replication history (the one that you get when you right-click a DB icon-> replication -> history) either:
Contain more information such as the info that you'd see in the log.nsf about doc's added/deleted/updated, the time it took, and the amount of data
Contain a link ...
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 ...