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From Webster Homer <webster.ho...@sial.com>
Subject CDCR Replication from one source to multiple targets
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2016 19:47:03 GMT
We would like to load a collection and have it replicate out to multiple
clusters. For example we want a US cluster to be able to replicate to
Europe and Asia.

I tried to create two source cdcrRequestHandlers
/cdcr01 and /cdcr02 each differing by their target zookeepers

When the target handlers were both named /cdcr I saw this in the logs
2016-12-06 18:53:34.104 WARN
 (cdcr-replicator-80-thread-2-processing-n:stlpj1scld.sial.com:8983_solr) [
  ] o.a.s.h.CdcrReplicator Log reader for target sial-catalog-product is
not initialised, it will be ignored.


a lot of these messages

Nothing was replicated to either cluster
I turned off a target and it's source, and it started replicating

So can this be done somehow? The current system seems limited without that.

Thanks,
Webster

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