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11:30 <apprentmongo> hi, whenever a user inserts a new item under his account, the app should find all the similar items (name-wise) and count them. The approach I am thinking of is to use check all item documents and using a string approximation matching to count item records with similar name. Is this efficient?
11:30 <apprentmongo> should I use caching (redis) and is it applicable on this use case?
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13:08 <jeffreylevesque> is mongo bad for many concurrent reads?
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13:40 <jeffreylevesque> anyone here?
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13:52 <Waheedi> jeffreylevesque: not it not bad
13:53 <Waheedi> its*
13:53 <jeffreylevesque> i'm looking at implementing - https://forge.puppet.com/puppetlabs/mongodb
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14:00 <Waheedi> how many concurrent reads you are expecting?
14:06 <jeffreylevesque> not much yet, right now it's isolate to a local vagrant machine for prototyping
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14:36 <jeffreylevesque> Waheedi: do i need to create a replica, or mongos for sharding?
14:36 <Waheedi> you could do both
14:36 <jeffreylevesque> *replset
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14:47 <jeffreylevesque> do i need config server?
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15:53 <jeffreylevesque> does mongo have a default root user?
15:53 <jeffreylevesque> i'm looking at https://forge.puppet.com/puppetlabs/mongodb
15:54 <jeffreylevesque> and it doesn't seem so - https://forge.puppet.com/puppetlabs/mongodb#create_admin
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16:53 <jeffreylevesque> Waheedi: can a shard have more than one replica set?
16:54 <Waheedi> I can't digest that question very well
16:55 <Waheedi> but that sounds illogical for me
16:57 <jeffreylevesque> Waheedi: is https://forge.puppet.com/puppetlabs/mongodb#provider-mongodb_shard to add individual servers to the shard?
16:57 <jeffreylevesque> does this mean i have to do this for each server to add to the shard
16:58 <jeffreylevesque> doesn't seem `member` is an array
16:59 <Waheedi> I think you can make arrays with puppets
16:59 <Waheedi> better ask at puppet
16:59 <Waheedi> I'm sure they have variables and other stuff, I'm an ansible user
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21:08 <tt55> Our app makes extensive use collection renames. We have used mongo 2.7, 3.0, and now we're trying to upgrade to 3.2 and in the process converting to Wired Tiger. I have performed many inital syncs in the past, but the sync is crashing with "Applying renameCollection not supported in initial sync". I'm really surprised by this. What are my options?
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