Does this mean that this queue has grown in this time span. Why do the values of both first and last segment change ?
Space used in queues is administered in a similar way
to ASE's syslogs.
The last segment and block values move as new data are
stored in the queue. First, the block advances until the
segment is full (at block # 64); then, a new segment is
assigned, and this segment may get the next segment
number or not.
The first segment and block contain the oldest data to
be handled by RepServer. It is a concept similar to the
truncation point in ASE's syslogs. As data are used, oldest
blocks and segments are no longer needed and the
first segment-block marker advances.
Your first command shown a somewhat empty queue,
as the first and last markers were the same. The second
shown a queue with 10 blocks used (from 196052.16 to