MongoDB 6.0.3 is released

MongoDB 6.0.3 is out and is ready for production deployment. This release contains only fixes since 6.0.2, and is a recommended upgrade for all 6.0 users.

Fixed in this release:

  • SERVER-66289 $out incorrectly throws BSONObj size error on v5.0.8
  • SERVER-68139 Resharding command fails if the projection sort is bigger than 100MB
  • SERVER-68371 Enabling CSFLE in your MongoClient causes Atlas Search to fail
  • SERVER-68115 Bug fix for "elemMatchRootLength > 0" invariant trigger
  • SERVER-68394 Ensure we do not yield strong locks upon startup recovery when _id index is missing
6.0 Release Notes | All Issues | All Downloads

As always, please let us know of any issues.

-- The MongoDB Team


The documentation (Supported Platforms, RedHat - Platform Support, Ubuntu - Platform Support)is not reflecting the supported platform changes from:

People have been rabidly waiting for it.

Just switch back to ubuntu 20.04 or some fedora or arch. Or learn and use docker instead. because this is only one package(mongoDB). God knows how many more softwares are not supported in 22.04 (They have done many critical upgrades like wayland, libssl1 → libssl3, etc. Wait a year or so for everything get supported in ubuntu 22.04 and based distros( like popos, mint, distros).
Happy coding fella:)

@mkbhru , please do not copy-paste and paste the same response everywhere you see this topic. that is not much different than spam posts.
although you have some points, you also seem you did not fully read the topics you posted into. we already have discussed how we solved in some posts or given links to them in others.

Sorry hacker @Yilmaz_Durmaz , I am quite newbie at the time. I just did the above trick to gain maximum responses for my query. I wasn’t aware this is illegal or so.

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