Thanks for your replies,
It depends on your network strength. It is not an issue as onkar said it may catch up later compromising the lag
How do i check the network strength, being its my local network with 100 mbps by default.
it is fine. sometimes in our production replicat lag behind few hours because of heavy transaction rate but then it catches up.
I need to immediate replicate from source to target...
If there is lag. what are all the parameter I need to check for performance improvement.
I dont think there is much you can do. Generally, GG replicats the data in near to real time and lag is really near to zero but Parth said, if network is busy or slow then replicat will lag behind. If there is no queue of transactions to be replicated then your transactions will appear in target almost at the same time when it is committed in source.
Hi another way possible is, you can split the range of data being processed like if instead of a single replicat processing 5,00,000 records, you can create multiple replicats(say 5 for example) to process parallely which can improve performance. But if it is due to network traffic, then you cannot do anything on it.