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From Jason Smith <>
Subject Re: What to do if replication does not start ... ?
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2013 12:53:44 GMT
We just had a discussion in another thread about deleting and
re-creating _replicator documents. Try adding a random or changing
value to your document. Does that help?

I described detailed techniques for handling replicator documents in
my earlier post.

On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 6:40 PM,
<> wrote:
> Am 25.09.2013 12:41, schrieb Dave Cottlehuber:
>> Hey Marten, Sorry to hear things didn't work out. Some more details might
>> help. How was your replication set up? What sort of replication, esp was it
>> continuous?
> it was a continous replication with a filter function. the filter function
> itself was ok
>> and what does "restart replication" mean?
> well, we stored stuff into the database, but that stuff was not replicated
> to the other two databases - therefore we deleted the documents in the
> replicator database (they were showing no error state) and stored it again -
> but no task was assigned to these new documents.
>> Was it stored in the replicator db or not?
> yes
>> Any relevant errors in your system logs around that time?
>> Its unusual for a restart of couchdb not to fix stuff, and when the
>> network comes up couchdb should restart any replications saved in the
>> replicator db automatically, assuming its not exceeded the (configurable)
>> maximum restarts.

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