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How Server Behavior Is Controlled
The behavior of the Replicator Server is controlled by configuration options, or flags. These flags are contained in the configuration file for each server. Each server can have customized behavior based on the flags set.
When a server is started, it reads its configuration file to set its parameters. The server only reads its configuration file during startup, so although you can edit the file, the changes do not take effect until the server is stopped and restarted. You can, however, send commands to a running server to alter its behavior.
For instructions on sending commands to a running server, see Database Events. For more information on server parameters, see Server Parameters.
Last modified date: 01/30/2023