Dreams from the Lord 🙏
DJT distribution thread:
I heard in my morning dream as I was awakened from sleep,
“The President dropped a distribution thread” and who I saw in my dream in reference to the President was DJT. A distribution thread is something unknown to me, so I looked it up. It is a computer term, and refers to sharing information to multiple targets (platforms) at once.
I asked the Lord to clarify why DJT used the distribution thread. I was told it is to share important information. DJT will make an announcement concerning national security and the safety of the American people. This would be on a level to reach the American audience as well as the US people at large in all the world at once. The significance of this is that DJT has access to the servers; which is how this information could be shared. I believe that persons who have a computer background or degree will understand the depth or significance of this information better. Peace 🙏
The distribution threads put the destination address on the replication that needs to be propagated. The distribution threads work in parallel to clear the input queue.
The distribution threads work within the DBMS Server to take the information from the input queue and expand it to fully specify what data needs to be replicated to which targets. The expanded information is stored in the distribution queue. The distribution threads do not perform any replication; they merely prepare data for replication by the Replicator Server. However, no data is expanded to the distribution queue if the threads are not configured. There can be a number of threads in each DBMS Server.
How the Distribution Thread Works
The distribution thread performs the following tasks:
1. Reads a record from the input queue to obtain the replication information.
2. Obtains destination information from the propagation paths table.
3. Inserts a row into the distribution queue for every destination of the replication.
The number of rows a distribution thread inserts into the distribution queue per replication is equal to the number of targets that you have defined for that replication’s Consistent Distributed Data Set (CDDS). Each row contains the information from the input queue plus the destination information.
4. Deletes the replication’s rows from the input queue.
5. Alerts the Replicator Server associated with the replication’s CDDS.
The following figure illustrates the tasks of the distribution thread:
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