Failure of moveChunks - MongoDB

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If a ‘moveChunk’ fails in MongoDB, is it necessary to cleanup the partially moved docs?
Aug 3, 2018 in Database by Data_Nerd
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No, chunk moves are consistent and deterministic. The move will retry and when completed, the data will be only on the new Shard.
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answered Aug 3, 2018 by kurt_cobain
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