In Mongo what is the difference between sharding and replication?

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Sharded Cluster

When you want to split your data of 75GB into 3 shards of 25GB each, you need at least 6 database servers organized in three replica-sets. Each replica-set consists of two servers who have the same 25GB of data.

                          Sharded Cluster             
             /                    |                       \
      Shard A                  Shard B                  Shard C
        / \                      / \                      / \
+-------+ +---------+    +-------+ +---------+    +-------+ +---------+
|Primary| |Secondary|    |Primary| |Secondary|    |Primary| |Secondary|
|  25GB |=| 25GB    |    | 25 GB |=| 25 GB   |    | 25GB  |=| 25GB    |   
+-------+ +---------+    +-------+ +---------+    +-------+ +---------+

You also need servers for the arbiters of the three replica-sets as well as the mongos router and the config server for the cluster. The arbiters are very lightweight and are only needed when a replica-set member goes down, so they can usually share the same hardware with something else. But Mongos router and config-server should be redundant and on their own servers.

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Some really nice comments I have picked during a peer review.

// Server Side Validation Functions 
private bool ValidateGeneralDOB(object fieldValue) 
{ 
  DateTime dt;

  if(fieldValue==null) 
    return false; // are you kidding me, you should be born :( 

  else if (!DateTime.TryParse(fieldValue.ToString(),out dt)) 
    return false; // you should be born on a valid date 

  else if(dt>DateTime.Now.AddYears(-20)) // to little :) 
   return false; 

  else if (dt < DateTime.Now.AddYears(-90)) // to old :| 
   return false;

 // your are the one we are looking for 
  return true; 
}

 

 

Beginner’s Guide: How IIS Process ASP.NET Request

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Introduction

When request come from client to the server a lot of operation is performed before sending response to the client. This is all about how IIS Process the request.  Here I am not going to describe the Page Life Cycle and there events, this article is all about the operation of IIS Level.  Before we start with the actual details, let’s start from the beginning so that each and everyone understand it’s details easily.  Please provide your valuable feedback and suggestion to improve this article.

What is Web Server ?

When we run our ASP.NET Web Application from visual studio IDE, VS Integrated ASP.NET Engine is responsible for executing all kind of asp.net requests and responses.  The process name is “WebDev.WebServer.Exe” which takes care of all request and response of a web application which is running from Visual Studio IDE.
Now, the name “Web Server” comes…

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SQL SERVER – Error – Auto Close is Enabled. Only Databases with Auto Close Disabled can be Added to an Availability Group — SQL Authority with Pinal Dave

As a part of my consulting job, I do work with clients who wanted to deploy AlwaysOn availability group. Sometimes there are some simple errors which are encountered, but new DBAs are not aware of such things. In this blog we would talk about one of such error. While using AlwaysOn availability group wizard, to…

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An extract from her post:


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You work in a big company.

You lead a department that has a system that is dying or dead.
You don’t need the space shuttle.
You need something to keep you in orbit for a year or two.
Your system need isn’t big enough to merit capital.

This was my situation last year.  I had to have a system that worked within 1 year or I was screwed. My internal team was in transition and I didn’t know if they would be stable enough or able enough to get this done after I announced the death of the legacy system. (Back then, we were new to each other.  Now I know they CAN.)

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Continuous Integration & Delivery with Microsoft Azure & GitHub – Best Practices

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Continuous Integration and Delivery(CI/CD) automation practices, is one way path when you want to continuously produce and deliver software in short iterations, software that is guaranteed that when deployed, it has passed successful reviews, builds and tests through an automated and strict process. Automating the software release process is not an easy task and usually requires a batch of tools, patterns and platforms to accomplish. All these parameters depend on the company’s culture (e.g. open source or not), employee’s know how and the nature or the variety of the software. This post will describe not only how to configure a CI/CD environment but also provide instructions for Git operations as well. We will use Microsoft Azure and GitHub as the base for setting our CI/CD environment. I will break the post in the following three sections:
  • Requirements from developer, tester perspective
  • Continuous Integration & Delivery Architecture
  • Setup the…

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