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MongoDB Data Loss on Upgrade

Two tweets telling a sad story of a MongoDB failed upgrade:

MongoDB data loss

MongoDB Data loss

The conversation that followed in the MongoDB group can be read here, but so far there haven’t been found a solution to restore the data.

That’s kind of an example of where MongoDB durability can fail pretty badly.

Original title and link: MongoDB Data Loss on Upgrade (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)