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From Robert Newson <>
Subject Re: Replication problems between 32 and 64 bit.
Date Sat, 19 Mar 2011 11:10:25 GMT
Is it the design documents that aren't being replicated? If so, you
need to authenticate at the target (you need admin access to update

.couch files are compatible across all platforms, you can copy them
anywhere. Are you using the same version of couchdb in all places?

I'm in a good mood, so I'll forget you said "table" :)


On 19 March 2011 07:15, JC de Villa <> wrote:
> Resending again. That spam filter threw this back to me about 4 times
> already, I think.
> Hi guys,
> I've been using couch over the past year and love it completely, but I
> was just wondering. In replicating between 32 and 64 bit couch, should
> there be any difficulty? I've been trying to replicate from a virtual
> machine running 32 bit Ubuntu 10.04 to a server on ubuntu 10.10 64bit
> and have been failing constantly. The replication hangs on a few
> tables right near the end of the replications and eventually looks
> like they time out (disappears from the Status list). The few that
> don't hang don't complete never get a complete copy. Always just one
> or two docs shy of the full replica.
> In total, I initiated 6 pull replications into the 64 bit machine,
> with the 32bit VM as the source - Three crash, three continue but
> never get the entire set.
> I have a separate dev VM thats also 32bit thats continuously
> replicating from the main 32bit  instance that never shows any
> problem. My workstation (also on 32bit) can pull at anytime without
> any problem (whether continuous or not.
> Are the couch files compatible between 32 and 64 bit? If so, I could
> just move the database files onto the 64bit machine as we're migrating
> to that eventually. Alternatively, I could just install the 32 bit
> version I grabbed from a few months back and use that for the
> couch.
> Thoughts? And thanks in advance also.
> JC de Villa

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