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11 Buggy Disappointments in MongoDB

I’ve been exploring MongoDB primarily for its map-reduce functionality lately. I’ve found a few shortcoming that I’m not crazy about.

dump, export, import, db.eval, JavaScript MapReduce scoping, MapReduce single threaded to name just a few. Not sure how many have been fixed since the post though.

Original title and link: 11 Buggy Disappointments in MongoDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://leifw.wickland.net/2011/04/weird-buggy-and-disappointing-behavior.html