Configuring a MongoDB replica set for analytics

Posted by: MongoLab - MongoDB Hosting, on 26 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

MongoDB replica sets make it easy for developers to ensure high availability for their database deployments. A common replica set configuration is composed of three member nodes: two data-bearing nodes and one arbiter node. With two electable, data-bearing nodes, users are protected from scenarios that cause downtime for single-node deployments, such as maintenance events and […]...

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