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From Mr Fluffy <flu...@sixears.co.uk>
Subject Re: _replicator table
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2012 17:02:14 GMT
No need to send, you were right on the money.  Duh, I had been staring 
and not seeing for too long.
Thanks for the pointer.  Let this sit in the archive as a lesson to 
other fluffy would-be dbadmins.

Cheers,
Mr. Fluffier.

On 21/11/12 16:48, Horsey the Magic Spark wrote:
> Dear Mr Fluffy,
>
> Could you show the requests you are performing? It seems you might be
> confusing the _replicate endpoint and the _replicator database.
>
> Regards,
> Sparky The Magic Horse.
>
>
> On 21 November 2012 16:39, Mr Fluffy <fluffy@sixears.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm running couchdb 1.2.0, compiled from source on Linux RHEL6.
>> I am trying to find the programmable API for managing remote replication.
>> Per this doc, https://gist.github.com/832610**, my replication
>> configurations should be appearing as docs in the _replicator database.
>>
>> This works, /as long as I work through Futon/.  To cancel replication, I
>> delete the doc (through Futon) - setting 'cancel' to true, as specified
>> here http://stackoverflow.com/**questions/7395259/listing-**
>> active-replications-in-**couchdb-1-1-0<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7395259/listing-active-replications-in-couchdb-1-1-0>,
>> does not work.
>>
>> If I post with curl, specifying source, target, and optionally _id ...
>> then replication kicks off, but no document is created in _replicator.  Nor
>> does the ondisk file change.  As such, I can only cancel by bouncing the DB
>> (which works because the replication hasn't been saved).  I cannot delete
>> the document, it just says 'not found'.
>>
>> I have searched for mention of this elsewhere, but I cannot find threads
>> or posts of others seeing this.  Am I doing something silly?
>>
>> Mr Fluffy.
>>


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