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How the Replication Cycle Works
The replication cycle is a cycle of propagation activity performed by the Replicator Server. This cycle is referred to in some server parameter descriptions.
During the replication cycle, the Replicator Server completes the following tasks:
1. Checks the status of closed connections to determine whether they must and can be reopened. For more information, see the -ORT flag.
2. Reads the distribution queue into memory.
3. Transmits rows to the target databases.
4. Checks the status of open connections and closes those that have been inactive. For more information, see the -CTO flag.
5. Waits for the next database event.
Last modified date: 11/28/2023