Short Description: Allows you to view the order (or sequence) in which documents are replicated in a Notes database.
Debug_Repl_All allows you to view the order (or sequence) in which documents are replicated in a Notes database. When there is no sort order in a view column in a Notes database, documents are sorted/replicated in order of NoteID.
Debug_Repl_All=1 gives information for each document that is replicated, for example:
10-12-94 08:43:19 AM REPLICA: Updating NoteID 0x216E in Discuss.nsf
10-12-94 08:43:19 AM REPLICA: Deleting NoteID 0x2162 in Discuss.nsf
Debug_Repl_All=2 provides information for each document that is not replicating, for example:
10-12-94 05:31:00 AM REPLICA: ...Skipping note in Destination list (UNID OFCCADF6EB:E1B3F184-ON852560A6:OF2867N9P3)
10-12-94 05:31:00 AM REPLICA: ...(Con't) Destination has same or newer note. Src Time/SeqNo=10-11-94 05:31:00 AM
10-12-94 05:31:00 AM REPLICA: ...Skipping note in Destination list (UNID OF282B7FF5:B72B7102-ON852560A6:OF2867N9P3)
Either Debug_Repl_All setting lets you see the order of replication. (Note that this order will be different in every replica copy of the database.) Remember to use Debug_Outfile to display the list of documents.
Debug_Repl_All=0 / 1
There is no kown UI setting for this notes.ini variable. But you can specify this setting in the notes.ini settings tab of the configuration settings document.
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