Github user squito commented on the issue:
    btw I may have made the pull-based approach sound more complex than I meant 
to, I'm happy to take that approach if you think its better.  The fact the 
replication is synchronous doesn't really matter, I just meant its not a 
fire-and-forget msg, we have to setup the callbacks to confirm the block has 
been fetched (or a failure).  It just seemed like extra indirection to me, and 
I thought it would be better to stay closer to the UploadBlock path.
    Are there particular reasons you think that approach would be better?  I 
guess the receiver can throttle the requests, but on the other hand the task on 
the sender will block waiting for the replication to finish (whether its 
success or failure), so we really don't want it to wait too long.


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