Those that can, comment, those that have nothing to say, make fun of those who speak English as a third language.
"We get lots of questions about why MongoDB doesn’t have full single server durability, ...there are some very practical reasons why we think single server durability is overvalued"
"MongoDB does not publish any official benchmarks...."
EDIT: Added link to blogs, quoted parent, in case gets removed
10gen sure has done a lot to keep MongoDB growing despite many people having their homework (or essential customer data, or...) eaten by MongoDB; so part of it probably is attributable to better publicity.
- fire and forget
- write with integrity check (safe)
- write with journal commit
- write with data file commit
- write with replication to X nodes
And you can combine the last 4 in any way you like.
They did a pretty good job turning a downside into a significant advantage (yes, fire and forget is a significant advantage in a lot of cases).
So 20-30 days ago only?
> yes, fire and forget is a significant advantage in a lot of cases
Sorry, but not as a default option in a DATAbase product.