Have you looked at the Repository Check? It's a diagnostic tool at http://localhost:4502/crx/config/check.jsp that is supposed to identify inconsistencies in the cluster nodes and (if selected) fix them. I would start here and see how this suits your needs. Here's a good Knowledge Base article that discusses this issue as well: http://dev.day.com/content/kb/home/Crx/Troubleshooting/RepositoryInconsistency.html. Hope this helps!
Thanks for your answer, but it's not related to what I'm asking.
I'm not concerned about repository inconsistencies (that are well documented by error logs) but of the possible not-alignment in two cluster node repositories. Individually both repository nodes are consistent, but so far I cannot be *really* sure both repositories have exactly the same content... and indeed my master and slave instances have different contents .... and nothing in the cluster is alerting me about this.
So my question is very simple: how can I trust the cluster if contents may differ in time and nothing tells me that it is happening??? I would like the cluster to advice me that there is an out of synch situation, but so far I don't understand when an out of synch is raised... and above all in this moment I see different contents without any error / alert.
I think this question should have an answer in order to consider CQ cluster a robust solution. If my question is not appropriate or if I'm misunderstanding something, I would be glad to everyone showing me where I'm wrong or where I can have a better solution / configuration. I suppose CQ/CRX clustering is used in many production environments, so I would be very interested in other opinions.