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  2. DOCS-12950

Investigate changes in SERVER-42639: Rollback should use the collection UUID and not its name to create directories

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    • Type: Task
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major - P3
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 4.3.1
    • Component/s: Server
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      SERVER ticket description: With the removal of collection name length limits, rollback should not use the collection name to create a directory but should rather use the collection UUID as we cannot create directories on the file system with very long names.

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      Change Description: This patch changed the name of the directories where rollback files are stored from db.collection to uuid.

      Before:
      ./rollback
      ├── db.collection
      │   └── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.21.bson
      ├── otherdb.othercollection
      │   ├── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.18.bson
      │   └── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.19.bson

      After:
      ./rollback
      ├── uuid
      │   └── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.21.bson
      ├── otheruuid
      │   ├── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.18.bson
      │   └── removed.2018-03-20T20-23-01.19.bson

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              Assignee:
              kay.kim Kay Kim
              Reporter:
              backlog-server-pm Backlog - DB Eng Program Management Team
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