Will return the same output that REPL LOAD returns, allows REPL LOAD to be run asynchronously. If no knowledge of a replication associated with that db is present, i.e., there are no known replications for that, we return an empty set. Note that for cases where a destination db or table exists, but no known repl exists for it, this should be considered an error condition for tools calling REPL LOAD to pass on to the end-user, to alert them that they may be overwriting an existing db with another.
- Error codes returned as normal.
- Returns the last replication state (event ID) for the given database.
When we introduced the notion of a need for bootstrap, we said that the problem of time passing during the bootstrap was something of a problem that needed solving separately.