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MongoDB: New Stable Release 1.6.1

A new release from MongoDB providing some improvements and bug fixes:

  • cpu usage with replica sets when a node is down is improved
  • replica sets are handled better by repair
  • fix granular timing system on windows
  • improved regular slave initial sync time with multiple dbs
  • make distinct yield
  • improve some cursor interactions when using sharding in combination with replica sets

MongoDB: New Stable Release 1.6.1 originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL