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How do you efficiently remove a replica from a replica set?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Imdabaum, Jul 28, 2006.

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    Imdabaum
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    I have a replicated database. Each user has their own replica to control
    their input in the database. Up until now I have simply deleted the user's
    replica when they are no longer participating. I noticed that During the
    creation of a replica, it says that the replica is added to a record of
    replicas that can synchronize with the master. This made me concerned
    whether I was building a large record of unused replicas that the Master copy
    would synchronize with? Are my concerns well founded or is the DELETE key an
    acceptable way for removing replicas?
     
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