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This wasn't the occasional write though, this was every write after 2GB. That should set off alarm bells somewhere.



The way MongoDB is designed, this would be outside the scope of a driver. A storage library that's based on the ruby MongoDB driver could certainly do it, though. That's what the OP ideally should have been using. In fact MongoDB would be a good choice for his use case, if he would switch to a 64-bit VM and handle error conditions (heh).

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