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How a synchronization behaves when restarted after being down

Roman Serazhiev

Roman Serazhiev Last update: Jan 4, 2019

If a Backbone synchronization has been temporarily down, and in that time changes have been made to synchronized issues, then when the synchronization is re-established, Backbone will synchronize all changes made since the last successful sync.

All issues containing changes are queued and then synced one after the other. This means that no performance issues are to be expected.

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