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12:26 <sector_0> if I have a small database (>2GB) that gets a lots read access, how do I scale that so that a single machine doesn't become a bottleneck?
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14:08 <alexi5> Hello
14:08 <alexi5> Is mongodb only used for big data applications ?
14:14 <Derick> no
14:15 <alexi5> Do you have any examples of non bug data applications mongodb is used with ?
14:17 <Derick> alexi5: https://dram.io
14:17 <alexi5> I have thinking of using mongodb for database for a wifi charging system with us sage accounting with free radius. I friend of mine say post great is best, but I find the mongodb drivers very simple and efficient for storing objects
14:18 <Derick> MongoDB will handle almost any sort of data storage needs
14:22 <alexi5> One thing like is the ability to easily store c# objects. Just was kinda wondering if mongodb was overkill for my use.
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16:19 <sector_0> if I have a small database (>2GB) that gets a lots read access, how do I scale it so that a single machine doesn't become a bottleneck?
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17:13 <Ironhand> hello, I've added a node to a mongo 3.2 cluster and it's performing an initial sync, but it's going extremely slowly... I don't see any bottleneck in terms of CPU, network or disk throughput... what could be holding back the sync?
17:14 <Ironhand> note that the added node is mongo (percona) 3.4 using the rocksdb engine (which also means we can't simply rsync the data)
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20:22 <alexi5> Hi
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