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Starting in MongoDB 6.0.3, automatic chunk splitting is not performed. This is because of balancing policy improvements. Auto-splitting commands still exist, but do not perform an operation. For details, see Balancing Policy Changes.

sh.disableAutoSplit()

Disables the autosplit flag in the config.settings collection. When auto-splitting is enabled for a sharded cluster, MongoDB automatically splits chunks based on the shard key values the chunk represents to keep the chunks from growing too large.

You can only run sh.disableAutoSplit() from a mongosh session that is connected to a mongos instance. sh.disableAutoSplit() errors if run on a mongod instance.

Note

Starting in MongoDB 6.0.3, automatic chunk splitting is not performed. This is because of balancing policy improvements. Auto-splitting commands still exist, but do not perform an operation. For details, see Balancing Policy Changes.

In MongoDB versions earlier than 6.0.3, sh.stopBalancer() also disables auto-splitting for the sharded cluster.

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