The glossary below contains many of the terms you will find in common use throughout the Symantec Security Response website. Please refer to this list to find definitions of terms and answers to other Internet security-related questions.
The synchronous override mode of replication is a mode where replication is synchronous, as long as the Secondary host is accessible over the network. If the network becomes unavailable, then replication is continued in the asynchronous mode. When the Secondary host becomes available the pending updates are sent to the Secondary from the Replicator Log. When the data becomes completely consistent then the replication mode reverts back to being synchronous.
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