Data replication is a powerful FairCom DB feature providing near real-time data availability between one or more servers. These options configure specific attributes of this optional feature.
Changes the limit FairCom Server sets for the number of active transaction logs that are kept for Replication Agent processing.
Specifies which files are required to be replicated via the Replication Agent.
Forces the local FairCom DB process to use the serial number value from the master server when adding a record to a local replica.
Forces the target FairCom DB process to use the identity field value from the source server when adding a record to a replicated file.
Specifies a local filename mapping to a master server.
Sets the replication node ID of a local c-tree Server.
Sets the size of the replication log read buffer.
Forces FairCom DB to allow an index that contains a SRLSEG segment to be the replication unique key.
Forces a local FairCom DB process to fill in the serial number value from the master FairCom DB process when adding a record to a local replica.
Forces a FairCom DB process replication writer thread to fill in the serial number value from the source server when adding a record to a replicated file to preserve existing serial numbering.
Diagnostics keywords are intended to be used to help collect data to be analyzed for troubleshooting. The use of these keywords should be avoided in normal operation as they may cause additional overhead (e.g., logging).
Enables FairCom DB to log messages to CTSTATUS.FCS when a file that is being created or opened matches the filename specified for the REPLICATE keyword, and it does not meet replication requirements.