LOG COUNT vs LOGAPPLY COUNT

Bruce Williamson

LOG COUNT vs LOGAPPLY COUNT
Howzit Folks?

I'm trying to understand LOG COUNT vs LOGAPPLY COUNT which currently has a discrepancy of about 400k records but the log apply iterations are only processing between 20 and 500 records per iteration.

Is this discrepancy due to rollbacks in the logs or is there some other explanation?

Any info appreciated.

Cheers
Bruce

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