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MongoDB 5.2 is a rapid release and is only supported for MongoDB Atlas. MongoDB 5.2 is not supported for use on-premises. For more information, see MongoDB Versioning.
SERVER-63145 Query $densify produces incorrect results with optimizations enabled
SERVER-62981 Make SBE multi-planner's trial period termination condition independent of collection size
SERVER-62277 Performance regression from dbstats due to occupied disk space calculation
SERVER-62065 Upgrade path from 3.6 to 4.0 can leave chunk entries without history on the shards
SERVER-59754 Incorrect logging of queryHash/planCacheKey for operations that share the same $lookup shape
The rest of this page provides the 5.2.0 release notes:
MongoDB 5.2 introduces the following aggregation operators:
Returns the bottom element within a group according to the specified sort order.
Returns an aggregation of the bottom
Returns an aggregation of the first
Returns a specified number of elements from the beginning of an array. Distinct from the
Returns an aggregation of the last
Returns a specified number of elements from the end of an array. Distinct from the
Last observation carried forward. Sets values for
Returns an aggregation of the
Returns an aggregation of the
Returns the top element within a group according to the specified sort order. Distinct from the command
Returns an aggregation of the top
Sorts an array based on its elements.
$convert Supports Timestamp Conversion to Date
Starting in MongoDB 5.2 and 5.0.6,
metrics are more precise: internal
processing does not inflate the counters.
Slot-Based Query Execution Engine Can Execute
$groupis the first stage in the pipeline.
All preceding stages in the pipeline can also be executed by the slot-based execution engine.
For more information, see
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, time series collections use column compression. Column compression adds a number of innovations that work together to significantly improve practical compression, reduce your data's overall storage on disk, and improve read performance.
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, the time that a
started is included in the:
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, the default chunk size is 128 megabytes. In earlier versions of MongoDB, the default chunk size is 64 megabytes.
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, the
Starting in MongoDB 5.2 (and 5.0.4, 5.1.0)
parameter limits the time a shard waits for a critical section within a
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, you can use the following new server parameters to configure the refresh interval for cached LDAP user information:
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, the update interval for cached user information
retrieved from an LDAP server depends on
Starting in MongoDB 5.2, you can omit
customData from the response
To omit custom data from command output, specify the
initialSyncMethod is only available in MongoDB Enterprise
To report an issue, see https://github.com/mongodb/mongo/wiki/Submit-Bug-Reports for instructions on how to file a JIRA ticket for the MongoDB server or one of the related projects.