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Detect replset clock skew from electionids

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    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Priority: Icon: Major - P3 Major - P3
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      A replset member can detect clock skew between itself and a newly elected primary by checking the timestamp in the newly-elected member's election id, and comparing that to the local time when the member has first noticed the other member becoming PRIMARY. This requires that there be a recent previous heartbeat (eg. < 10s ago) showing the other member in not-PRIMARY state.

      This is motivated by replset clock skew > 30s having more effect now that election ids are being used to notice stale primaries.

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            backlog-server-repl [DO NOT USE] Backlog - Replication Team
            Reporter:
            kevin.pulo@mongodb.com Kevin Pulo
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