Well, it depends on what you want to achieve…
If you want to export the data to a file, you could just export a snapshot to a format supporting named graphs like N-Quads
and import it into a new empty store, though this will not be byte-level exact
The order in the store is not guaranteed to be exactly the same, and the resulting file size of the new store may be smaller,
because the original store may still contain some bits from data that has been deleted.
Make sure you’re using a sufficient IsolationLevel, if your application is writing data during the export.
If you want real-time replication, you probably need to look into stores supporting RDF4J like Halyard,
Ontotext GraphDB or Oracle
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