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The REPL_INFO_1003 structure specifies the time the import servers use to update replicating data from the export server.

typedef struct _REPL_INFO_1003 {
DWORD rp1003_random;
} REPL_INFO_1003, *PREPL_INFO_1003, *LPREPL_INFO_1003;


Specifies the maximum time the import servers can wait before requesting an update. An import server generates a random number of seconds (from 0 to the value of rp0_random). After receiving an update notice from the exporter, the import server waits the generated amount of seconds before requesting the replica from the export server. This prevents the export server from being overloaded by simultaneous update requests. The default value is 60. You may want to increase this value substantially if you increase rp1000_interval to 60 or more minutes.

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