You want to disable inter-site compression of replication traffic.
You need to modify the
of the site-link object that connects the sites you want to disable
compression for. Site-link objects are stored in the following
options attribute is a bit flag. In order to
disable compression, you must set bit 4, or 0100 in binary. If the
attribute is currently unset, you can simply set it to 4. If it
contains a value, you should see Recipe 4.12
for more information on properly setting bit flags.
By default, data replicated inter-site is compressed. By contrast, intra-site replication traffic is not compressed. It is useful to compress inter-site traffic if the traffic is going over a WAN on the assumption that the less traffic the better. The trade-off to reduce WAN traffic is increased CPU utilization on the bridgehead servers replicating the data. If CPU utilization is an issue on your bridgehead servers and you aren’t as concerned about the amount of traffic being replicated, you should consider disabling inter-site compression.
Recipe 4.12 for setting bit flag attributes