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  1. Drivers
  2. DRIVERS-359

reIndex does not support writeConcern

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      Key Status/Resolution FixVersion
      PYTHON-1253 Done 3.5
      NODE-954 Done 2.2.25
      CSHARP-1931 Done 2.4.3
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      SERVER-27891 disables the ability to send writeConcern with the reIndex command. Though reIndex was initially listed as a command supporting writeConcern in MongoDB 3.4 the support was never fully implemented. MongoDB 3.5+ returns an error if writeConcern is included with reIndex.

      Drivers with a reIndex helper (PyMongo, C#, node.js, etc.) must change that helper to not send writeConcern with the command.

            Assignee:
            rathi.gnanasekaran Rathi Gnanasekaran
            Reporter:
            bernie@mongodb.com Bernie Hackett
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