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01:26 <sector_0> so I'm watching a mongodb video and the instructor says that replica sets are overrated as a way of scaling, and that sharding is a more sensible approach, but doesn't that depend on what you're doing?
01:27 <sector_0> if I'm not handling big data, then sharding kinda isn't practical
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22:11 <sector_0> hey
22:13 <sector_0> from my mongodb driver (mgo) I need to distinguish between errors so I could report accordingly to users
22:13 <sector_0> what's the best way to do this?
22:14 <sector_0> should I test the error codes?
22:14 <sector_0> and even so, where can I find a list of the mongodb error codes?
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