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  1. #1
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    What does "Voume leak" in context of reconciliation mean???

    Hi All,

    Recently I have come across a term called "Volume leak" while reading about performance degradation during reconciliation( a process where large number of transactions are matched against each other.)

    There was nothing much in the context to hint the meaning. While searched for a definitive meaning, did not find any...

    Can anyone give me a standard meaning of term.

    Thanks in advance......!

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    Never heard that term... Are you sure you don't mean "memory leak"?
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    I just tried a quick Google (as I'm sure you did too) and the only references to "volume leak" I can find that don't concern plumbing are where you have posted this question on the web! That suggests that the authors of the document you read made the term up - in which case they really should have defined it rather than leave you to guess the meaning.

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    If it's a type for volume leak then it might have something to do with databases even though the 1 or 2 times I've heard someone say that it didn't have anything to do with your reconciliation scenario.

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    lakeshore if you could provide the source from which you found "volume leak" we might be able to figure it out. However, I think it may just be a term the writer came up with in trying to explain something for which there was no term that he/she knew of.
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