"Write concern" in MongoDB describes the level of write acknowledgment you can expect from it. It’s a rather important setting to remember in your write operations and its behavior is useful to understand, especially in distributed MongoDB deployments (i.e. replica sets and sharded clusters). In this post, we discuss 3 gotchas when using MongoDB write concern.

MongoDB Write Concern

MongoDB’s documentation defines write concern as “the level of acknowledgment requested from MongoDB for write operations to a standalone mongod or to replica sets or to sharded clusters."

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