Software update: MongoDB 4.0.3




MongoDB is a cross-platform, document-oriented database. It is a so-called nosql database, which means that it does not use tables in a relational database, but json-like documents with dynamic schemes, something that MongoDB calls ‘bson’. The name MongoDB is a derivative of the English word humongous. The database lends itself perfectly to large environments and knows users such as eBay, SourceForge and Coinbase. The development team has released version 4.0.3 with the following modifications:

Version 4.0.3 – Issues fixed:
SERVER-19815: Make repair more robust with the WiredTiger storage engine
SERVER-35989: db.collection.countDocuments () and db.collection.estimatedDocumentCount () helpers
SERVER-36982: Reintroduce enableMajorityReadConcern: false server parameter
Version 4.0.2 – Issues fixed:
SERVER-35720: Allow zones to be created on non-existent collection
SERVER-35441: drop / dropDatabase does not cleanup config.tags
SERVER-36102: Create initial chunks on appropriate shards for zoned sharding
SERVER-36070: Aggregation with $ out results in error when Auditing is enabled
SERVER-34846: Covered index with collated field returns incorrect result when collation not involved in match or sort
SERVER-34664: Commands that are unsupported in a transaction should error
Version 4.0.1 – Issues fixed:
SERVER-33000: Platform Support: add Ubuntu 18.04.
SERVER-34933: PCRE verb support.
SERVER-35101: Handle bindIp argument that contains whitespaces.
SERVER-36027: Enterprise build does not recognize the –redactClientLogData flag.
Version number 4.0.3
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Solaris, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016
License type GPL


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