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Overview of MongoDB Java Write Concern Options

Chris Harris[1]:

A write concern controls the behaviour of your write operation based upon your provided write behaviour requirements.

In this blog I going to attempt to provide an overview of the basic write concerns options available to you however the driver does provide additional options not explained here.

While it defaults to fire-and-forget behavior (non-blocking, speed advantage), it also supports safe, majority, fsync safe, journal safe.


  1. Chris Harris is a European Solution Architect at 10gen  

Original title and link: Overview of MongoDB Java Write Concern Options (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.littlelostmanuals.com/2011/11/overview-of-basic-mongodb-java-write.html