- Geo Frequently Asked Questions
There are limitations to what we replicate (see What data is replicated to a secondary node?). In an extreme data-loss situation you can make a secondary Geo into your primary, but this is not officially supported yet.
If you still want to proceed, see our step-by-step instructions on how to manually promote a secondary node into primary.
We currently replicate project repositories, LFS objects, generated
attachments / avatars and the whole database. This means user accounts,
issues, merge requests, groups, project data, etc., will be available for
query. We currently don't replicate artifact data (
No. All writing operations (this includes
git push) must be done in your
All replication operations are asynchronous and are queued to be dispatched in a batched request every 10 minutes. Besides that, it depends on a lot of other factors including the amount of traffic, how big your commit is, the connectivity between your nodes, your hardware, etc.
We send the clone url from the primary server to any secondaries, so it
doesn't matter. If primary is running on port
2200, clone url will reflect