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Re: A question about node restarting after crashed
Posted by: Mikael Ronström ()
Date: December 01, 2016 11:07AM

Performing a node restart have an impact on performance of
ongoing transactions in that the load increases during
node restart to handle the synchronisation.

But this load is more or less constant, so it won't be higher
because the application is doing lots of changes, the node
restart will simply take longer to execute. Also the more
the application executes during restart the slower the restart
will be. So the speed of restart is adaptive to ensure that
we will complete the restart while at the same time ensuring
that ongoing transactions will be handled.

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