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What'sNnew in 3.0 Webinar

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With the latest release of MongoDB 3.0, we have announced several new exciting features, including our new pluggable storage API and the WiredTiger storage engine, which provides compression, improved concurrency control, and more. Learn how you will be able to take advantage of these new features and how they will improve your database performance with this upcoming webinar.

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What'sNnew in 3.0 Webinar

  1. 1. What’s New in MongoDB 3.0 Osmar Olivo Product Manager
  2. 2. Agenda • Pluggable Storage Engines • WiredTiger Integration • Document- Level Locking • Compression • WT Internals • Upgrade/Installation • Options
  3. 3. Pluggable Storage Engines
  4. 4. Storage Engine Layer ● Vision: Many storage engines optimized for many different use cases ● One data model, one API, one set of operational concerns – but under the hood, many options for every use case under the sun
  5. 5. Storage Engine Layer Content Repo IoT Sensor Backend Ad Service Customer Analytics Archive MongoDB Query Language (MQL) + Native Drivers MongoDB Document Data Model MMAP V1 WT In-Memory ? ? Supported in MongoDB 3.0 Future Possible Storage Engines Management Security Example Future State Experimental
  6. 6. WiredTiger Integration
  7. 7. Why WT? • WT addresses weaknesses of MMAPv1 – Compression – Online Compaction – Highly concurrent and vertically scalable • Document level locking • Allows full hardware utilization • More tunable – Higher ceiling for potential improvement
  8. 8. Why WT • Strong Foundation – Authors Former Members of Berkeley DB team • WT product and team acquired by MongoDB • Standalone Engine already in use in large deployments including Amazon
  9. 9. Document Level Concurrency
  10. 10. Document Level Concurrency • Improved Concurrency – Uses algorithms to minimize contention between threads • One thread yields on contention to same document • Atomic update replaces latching/locking – Writes no longer block all other writes – CPU utilization directly correlates with performance
  11. 11. Compression
  12. 12. Compression • Compression is on in WT by default • 2.8 supports two compression algorithms – snappy ( default) • Good compression benefits with little CPU/performance impact – zlib • Extremely good compression at a cost of additional CPU/degraded performance
  13. 13. WT Internals
  14. 14. WT Internals • File format – Data Stored as conventional B+ tree on disk – Inserts into one big file per collection – In memory, on disk format is decoupled • Variable-length pages on disk • Inserts into in-memory skiplists
  15. 15. WT Internals • File Layout – Each collection & index stored in own file • Can only use one – Will fail to start if MMAPv1 files found in dbpath – No in-place updates • Rewrites document to end of file every time • No padding factor
  16. 16. WT Internals • File Layout – Does not extend concept of DB to disk layout • Concept of DB purely logical – Journal has own folder under dbpath – Allows for storing indexes on separate volumes easily
  17. 17. WT Internals • Deprecate MMAPv1-specific catalog metadata – system.indexes & system.namespaces – System metadata should be accessed via explicit commands going forward
  18. 18. WT Internals • Cache – WT uses two caches • The WiredTiger engine cache • The file system cache • WT cache uses higher value of 50% of system memory or 1GB (by default)
  19. 19. WT Internals • When is data written to disk? – Checkpoints • By default, performed every 60 seconds or after 2GB are written • Analogous to MMAPv1 data file flushes – When the WT cache is full pages will be written to disk
  20. 20. WT Internals • Durability – WT uses a write ahead transaction log • Cannot set journalCommitInterval • Can use j:true write concern • Can use --journal or –nojournal • Old journal files truncated after each checkpoint – Data files are always consistent, no longer have need for journal recovery after unclean shutdown • Will only lose data since last checkpoint (< 60 s.)
  21. 21. WT Internals • Supported Platforms – Linux – Windows – Mac OSX • Not Supported Platforms – NO Solaris (yet) – NO 32Bit (ever)
  22. 22. How Do I Install/Upgrade It? • Installation – Starting from scratch add 1 additional flag when launching mongod • --storageEngine=wiredTiger
  23. 23. How Do I Install/Upgrade It? • Upgrade Procedure – 2 ways – Mongodump/Mongorestore – Initial sync a new replica member running WT • We support running replicas with mixed storage engines – CANNOT copy raw data files • WT will fail to start if wrong data format in dbpath
  24. 24. What Options Are Relevant? • Options that still apply – journal – nojournal – repair – repairPath – upgrade
  25. 25. What Options Are Relevant? • MMAPV1 only options – quota – quotaFiles – noprealloc – nssize – smallfiles – syncdelay – journalOptions – journalCommitInterval
  26. 26. What Options Are Relevant? • File Format specific options removed from tools. – --dbpath
  27. 27. Questions?

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