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Imagine a world where data is the lifeblood of applications. To keep this data #secure, #accessible, and #consistent, MongoDB employs a powerful mechanism called replication. But what exactly is replication, and how does MongoDB make it work so seamlessly?
Dive into the heart of this system with MongoDB’s replica set – a group of servers that hold copies of data, led by the ‘Primary’ node.
Understand how Secondary nodes mirror the primary, how Arbiters play a role in elections, and explore the intricacies of the oplog, the lifeblood of MongoDB’s replication.
Discover the depth of replica set configurations, read concerns, the election process, and the ingenious mechanism of rollbacks and syncing. Truly, the world of MongoDB replication is vast and intricate.
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