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Created a pull request in MaterializeInc/materialize that received 6 comments

Eagerly apply peek cancelation to avoid rehydrating replicas

This PR teaches the active replication compute client to eagerly apply peek cancelations so that it may avoid rehydrating replicas with the peek co…

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Created an issue in MaterializeInc/materialize that received 4 comments

[adapter] Reduce TAIL read latency after write by closing timestamp

Feature request It seems that on writes (in 0.26 LTS) at least, on an INSERT we do not immediately close out the timestamp we used for the write. T…

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