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Replication Monitor read outs


Replication Monitor read outs

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I have a transaction replication environment using a three publishers, one distributor, and one subscriber. Everything seems to be running fine. However, I don't quite understand how to read the replication monitor. It seems straightforward but, at times, a subscriber can have 'critical performance' and a very high latency (30 minutes for example). However, if I insert a tracer token, the total latency is only 8-9 seconds, which leads me to believe transactions are getting to the subscriber in 8-9 seconds, not 30 minutes. So which one should I believe? Should I be worried a subscriber is in 'critical performance'?
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