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Replication collisions

If users can write to multiple systems in a replication topology, collisions can occur when different changes are made to the same objects on different systems. The way HCP handles collisions that occur due to replication depends on the type of collision. However, the general rule is that more recent changes have priority over conflicting less recent changes.


For an introduction to replication, see “Replication” on page 4.


 

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