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Flexible Replication Guide — Chapter 5

Checking Replication Status

This chapter describes how to check replication status for a Master database, a domain, and a target. This chapter includes the following sections:

Special Circumstances that Impact Replication

If the task server queue is more than half full, the Master Server will not push documents to the Replica and will instead leave it for the scheduled push task. This is to help avoid overflowing the task queue when ingesting at a high rate.

See Examining the Host and Task Server Status Pages For Tasks in the Queue in the Content Processing Framework Guide for information on checking the status of the task server.

Checking the Replication Status of a Master Database

You can check the replication status of a Master database by selecting the Flexible Replication icon under the Master database in the left tree menu and clicking on the Status tab on the Flexible Replication Administration page.

The Outgoing Replication Status indicates the replication status for each replicated domain from the perspective of the Master database.

FieldDescription
DomainThe name of the replicated domain.
DocumentsThe number of documents in the domain on the Master.
Unpropertied The number of documents in the replicated domain without a replication status. This generally means that these documents existed before the replication domain was configured and have not yet been replicated.
Deleted The number of replicated documents that were deleted, but the delete has not yet been replicated.
ErrorThe number of replication errors.
PendingThe number of documents in the replicated domain that have not yet been replicated to the Replicas.
PartialThe number of documents in the replicated domain that have been sent to one or more Replicas, but are pending or have errors for at least one Replica.
Deleted TargetsThe number of targets that were deleted from the replication configuration for this domain.
CPF ActiveThe number of documents that are currently in the CPF pipeline.
CPF ErrorThe number of documents that encountered an error while in the CPF pipeline.

The Incoming Replication Status indicates the replication status for each replicated domain from the perspective of the Replica database.

FieldDescription
DomainThe name of the replicated domain.
TargetThe name and id of the replication target.
Source The IP address of the Master host server.
Last UpdateThe date and time of the last replicated update.
StatusThe status of the last replicated update

Checking the Replication Status of a Domain

You can check the replication status of a replicated domain by the following procedure:

  1. Select the domain icon under Flexible Replication in the left tree menu and click on the Status tab on the Database Replication Domain Administration page:

  2. The page containing the replication status of the domain appears:

    FieldDescription
    TargetThe name of the replication target.
    Last SuccessThe date and time of the last successful update to the target.
    PendingThe number of documents in the replicated domain that have not yet been replicated to the target.
    MissingThe number of documents missing replication properties. For example, documents that were already in the replicated domain before replication was configured.
    ErrorThe number of replication errors.
    Last ErrorThe last replication error.

Checking the Replication Status of a Target

You can check the replication status of a replication target by the following procedure:

  1. Select the domain icon under Flexible Replication in the left tree menu, selecting the Target Name from the Domain Administration page, and clicking on the Status tab on the Database Replication Target Administration page.

  2. Click the Status tab on the Database Replication Target Administration page:

  3. The page containing the replication status of the target appears. The overall status of replicated documents to the target appears in the top field. The documents that failed to replicate are listed in the second field, along with last and next replication retry times. You can click Retry to retry replication on selected documents or Retry All Documents to retry replication on all of the documents in the list.

    FieldDescription
    TargetThe name of the replication target.
    Last SuccessThe date and time of the last successful update to the target.
    PendingThe number of documents in the replicated domain that have not yet been replicated to the target.
    MissingThe number of documents missing replication properties. For example, documents that were already in the replicated domain before replication was configured.
    ErrorThe number of replication errors.
    DocumentThe document that failed to replicate to the Replica.
    Last TryThe last attempt to replicate the failed document.
    Next TryThe next attempt to replicate the failed document.
    TriesThe number of times MarkLogic Server attempted to replicate the failed document.
    Last ErrorThe error generated on the last attempt to replicate the failed document.
    RetryCheck box to retry replicating the failed document.

    You can query the status of a specific document by entering its URI in the Check URI field and clicking Query. The status of the document, whether it replicated successfully or returned an error is displayed and highlighted in the above field.

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