> If you care about the data (i.e. it's not a log or something that's not very important), you ought to always use "getLastError"
Wait they are promoting this as a database. It is right there in black on yellow "database". I don't know about you but I suspect most people expect databases to try their hardest to protect data. That means also having safe default. As in when I install it and put data in it, by default it should try hardest to make sure that data doesn't get corrupted. If it doesn't, it doesn't deserve to call itself a database.
> A shitty default, no doubt.
This is not a "oopsie" this is a deliberate lie and misinformation in order to produce fast benchmarks.