We will always use the first entry in the seed list to discover the
topology of the replicaset, and then match the next server in the
seedlist to our discovery.
The only case where it could possibly matter is if the first node is
This should have no affect on the cursor whatsoever.. You are passing
On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 5:19 PM, Adam Monsen <hair...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Do these two connection strings behave the same?
> 1. mongodb://primary:27017,secondary:27017
> I was seeing a bunch of "MongoCursorTimeoutException: cursor timed out"
> I'm running a 3-node replica set on EC2 instances. Each node runs in a
> Each node is MongoDB 2.2.1 on the latest Amazon Linux (2012.09).
> I connect to MongoDB using Doctrine MongoDB, so here are a few other
> * Symfony v2.0.18
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