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From Damien Katz <dam...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Fail on a simple case on replication
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 14:09:09 GMT
Revisions are made available as a convenience, but CouchDB doesn't  
replicate old revisions, only the most recent. Also compaction will  
remove old revisions as well.

-Damien

On Feb 23, 2009, at 9:00 AM, Manolo Padron Martinez wrote:

> Hi:
>
> I'm trying to test the replication process with two local database  
> and I
> found that replication process don't work as it should (or as I  
> think it
> would)
>
> The case:
>
> 1º Create a db called t2.
> 2º Create a document called terminator.
> 3º Add a property to the document, so that makes a new revision,  
> with a
> property called speed and the value 1
> 4º Create a new db called t3.
> 5º Launch replication process from t2 to t3.
>
> In t3 should be a document with two revisions, and if I point to
> "t3/terminator?revs=true" appears two revisions. If I try to get the  
> last
> revision it works as it should but If I try to get the first  
> revision (the
> one without properties) I get a "not found" message.
>
> In t2 database, this works without problems so I think that is a  
> problem
> with replication.
>
> I've tried with debian , with the lastest in the web (0.8.1), and  
> the trunk
> svn version with the same results.
>
> Anyone could help me or the terminator will kill me? :-)
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Manolo Padrón Martínez


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