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Maximum number of times to attempt to replay failed transactions.
See also: Module Parameters for MariaDB MaxScale 23.02, in 22.08, in 6, in 2.5, and in 2.4
See also: Module Parameters for MariaDB MaxScale 23.02, in 22.08, and in 6
In cases where an in-progress transaction fails to execute on the Primary Server, the router can re-route the query to a Replica Server promoted to serve as the new Primary. This can result in MariaDB MaxScale recovering from a failed Primary, hiding the transaction failure from the client.
This module parameter controls the number of times the router attempts to replay transactions.