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 ===== Multiple Instances on Subscriber Task ===== ===== Multiple Instances on Subscriber Task =====
  
-A Replicator Agent can also be configured to have one or more instances running on a single subscriber task. By default, the agent configures each <​subscriber>​ task to use one instance ​during the replication process. However, you can manually configure your subscriber tasks to use multiple instances. By specifying multiple instances, the agent will run multiple threads when subscribing which allows it to replicate data in shorter ​period of time.+A Replicator Agent can also be configured to have one or more instances running on a single subscriber task. By default, the agent configures each <​subscriber>​ task to use four instances ​during the replication process. However, you can manually configure your subscriber tasks to use multiple instances. By specifying multiple instances, the agent will run multiple ​parallel ​threads when subscribingwhich allows it to replicate ​more data over given period of time.
  
 For example, here is an agent which configures a task with 4 instances and subscribes to the queue //​psp.out.replicator.acme//​. For example, here is an agent which configures a task with 4 instances and subscribes to the queue //​psp.out.replicator.acme//​.
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