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Replication error?

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Hi,

I have a database which is replicated to several servers. It has a search facility using FTSearch which I develop on server A an it works perfectly. It is replicated to server B which also works perfectly. But server C doesn't work as it should - Searching for the same criteria returns 2 documents on servers A & B, but none on C, although the documents *do* exist in the database on C.

Any suggestions as to what might cause this strange behaviour? Server C is the administration server...

Thanks
Andrew.
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Are you sure that the full text index was updated correctly on Server C?
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by:ANDREAG
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I was sure the index was updating (it's set to Daily), but when I checked, it's size was 149mb on server C, but only 27mb on the others. The "Create Index" settings are the same on all servers, so I don't understand why they should be different.
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One thing I found sometimes helps is clearing the replication history, and remove any date that might be listed. Then re-replicate. Then update the full-text index again. This might solve the problem.
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