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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Major - P3 Major - P3
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.5.7
    • Component/s: Replication/Pairing
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    • Backport:
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    • # Replies:
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        Dwight Merriman
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        replica sets will address many (most) limitations of replica pairs.

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        Dwight Merriman
        added a comment - replica sets will address many (most) limitations of replica pairs.
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        Leon Mergen
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        Would it be possible to handle some sort of geographical location of the mongodb nodes within the replica set? This would allow us to, for example, have 2 mongodb nodes per datacenter, and when one node of the "main" datacenter fails, the other node within the same datacenter will be the preferred failover node.

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        Leon Mergen
        added a comment - Would it be possible to handle some sort of geographical location of the mongodb nodes within the replica set? This would allow us to, for example, have 2 mongodb nodes per datacenter, and when one node of the "main" datacenter fails, the other node within the same datacenter will be the preferred failover node.
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        Eliot Horowitz
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        Yes - we're thinking of different ways to handle that - but its definitely something we'll be adding support for.

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        Eliot Horowitz
        added a comment - Yes - we're thinking of different ways to handle that - but its definitely something we'll be adding support for.
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        Leon Mergen
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        Another question: will it be possible to include geographical topology of nodes with the replication acknowledgment via getlasterror? For example, being able to block until the data has been replicated to at least 1 node in a different datacenter.

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        Leon Mergen
        added a comment - Another question: will it be possible to include geographical topology of nodes with the replication acknowledgment via getlasterror? For example, being able to block until the data has been replicated to at least 1 node in a different datacenter.
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        Dwight Merriman
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        yes - although ther'es a chance that may come in a point release shortly after first version

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        Dwight Merriman
        added a comment - yes - although ther'es a chance that may come in a point release shortly after first version
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        Pen Fold
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        Is there an ETA for a production release of Sharding (other than just release 1.6)?

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        Pen Fold
        added a comment - Is there an ETA for a production release of Sharding (other than just release 1.6)?
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        Eliot Horowitz
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        ETA for 1.6 is end of july

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        Eliot Horowitz
        added a comment - ETA for 1.6 is end of july
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        Frank Soetebeer
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        Is datacenter awareness actually a supported feature in 1.6.1 now? If so, how would one configure MongoDB to only sync data once from the main DC to the 2nd one and distribute the changes to the other RS members in the 2nd DC only locally?

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        Frank Soetebeer
        added a comment - Is datacenter awareness actually a supported feature in 1.6.1 now? If so, how would one configure MongoDB to only sync data once from the main DC to the 2nd one and distribute the changes to the other RS members in the 2nd DC only locally?
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        Dwight Merriman
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        @frank you cannot do that yet. Although you could have local replication to a second server in the primary data center, and one remote server elsewhere today.

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        Dwight Merriman
        added a comment - @frank you cannot do that yet. Although you could have local replication to a second server in the primary data center, and one remote server elsewhere today.

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