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best practice for DB recovery

Hi, I'm trying to come up with the best approach for supporting some kind of hot standby for my master DB. Basically, I have the master DB running with recording and recovery enabled and have a number of applications connecting to it. I realize that I'm able to stand up read only replications
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Replicated cluster recovery

Replicated cluster recovery
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How to upgrade from ObjectDB 1.0?

only when the PersistenceManagerFactory closed, and until then changes might be applied only to the recovery file
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Occasionally slow requests in load testing

" /> <recovery ... is 10 and you are using 400). Different values for recovery => max (try smaller first). Larger ... and another dedicated disk only for the recovery file. Using fast SSD disks. Once in a while the recovery
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Unexpected error when loading all entity instance

abnormal database termination followed by opening the database with no recovery (e.g. if the database file was moved or copied to another location without the recovery file). Hello, thats what I did ... may cause a crash. However, if recovery is enabled then the database should be repaired automatically
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Replication error on slave restart

I'm trying to enable replication on master server that was running with "recovery" enabled ... have a recovery file (ended with $) with the master server. This procedure is required ... " /> <recovery enabled="false" sync="false" path="." max="128mb" />
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Setting temp directory location in ObjectDB

, but it seems that you are using an old ObjectDB 1.x version because the recovery file name has a different ... ObjectDB 1.x the recovery file path is calculated using:     String dirPath = System.getProperty("com.objectdb.recovery.path");     if (dirPath == null) {         dirPath = m_dbFile.getParent
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EOFException

an ObjectDB database recovery file or recording directory if it exists, or copying, moving or transferring an ObjectDB database file without its recovery file or recording directory. Power failure when the database is being updated - if recovery file is disabled. Using the database file simultaneously by
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Safe Settings

get corrupted database files in any possible case. I found "recovery" and "recording" in the objectdb.conf file ... for recovery from failure: Recording (transaction log). Recovery (double writing). Every mechanism has its own advantages and disadvantages. In some cases recording is faster and in other cases recovery
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errors on repair

when it is in use (the copy may be corrupted), disabling recovery, or discarding the recovery file when exists (e.g. by moving the database file without its associated recovery file). to detail the situation