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Schedule vbucket replications in small batches
Previously, xdcr manager would trigger couch replications for all active vbuckets simultaneously which was causing performance to suffer. The new approach, instead, schedules replications for only a small number of vbuckets (32 by default and configurable through an environment variable called MAX_CONCURRENT_REPS_PER_DOC) at any given time. This change set only supports xdcr continuous mode replication. We start by scheduling the specified number of vbuckets (in couch mode non-continuous) and periodicaly monitor them. As one or more of them are done, new vbuckets are scheduled. After we've run through all of them in this manner, we repeat the process. An alternate approach is likely better where we can assign a time slot for each vbucket instead of letting it run through completion before scheduling another. Implementing this approach would be greatly simplified if the Couch replicator API supported pause and resume functions. Until then, we can stick to the current approach. Also, I found it harded to break this change set into smaller pieces. If reviewing seems hard or if there's a better way to organize stuff, please let me know. Change-Id: Ifc905becb41296e68ee66dbdc73b912bc055d15a Reviewed-on: http://review.couchbase.org/13663 Tested-by: Srinivas Vadlamani <email@example.com> Reviewed-by: Aliaksey Kandratsenka <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tested-by: Aliaksey Kandratsenka <email@example.com>
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