Force State Transfer
State transfer is a process in which bridge ask the master cache to re-replicate all of its cached objects to the bridge. The main benefit of this process is to make sure the other cache in this bridge is resynchronized with the master cache. By default, state transfer is initiated on the change of master cache, cache connection after disconnection or on cluster restart.
You can execute state transfer any time after bridge starts to synchronize both caches.
This option is provided for the cache connected to bridge, not the master cache.
Launch NCache Web Manager by browsing to http://localhost:8251 (Windows) or
<server-ip>:8251(Windows + Linux).
In the left navigation bar, click on Bridge. It will open up a list of pre-existing bridges. From the list select the bridge name and go to View Details.
- On the page opened with details, go to the Bridge Caches section and click on the "..." button.
- Select the Force State Transfer option. A success message will be prompted on the screen in case of successful state transfer.