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You mention the smallfiles option (from ObjectRocket docs) but your ls output suggests that you are not actually using it. If you were, then your maximum file size would be 512MB but you have 2GB files (the default). It also explains your issues. As soon as you fill up your existing data files and another write comes in (it's a little more complicated ...


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You're confusing some technologies here, unless I'm missing something or misinterpreted. Log shipping is FAR different than Availability Groups. Your drives on the secondary server do not have to be the exact same size, they simply need to have enough room for the DBs. That being said, it's usually a good idea to size things the same across environments ...


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It looks like you are using NMAP as storage engine. From mongo 3.2 it was changed to WiredTiger as it is more efficient in space usage and allows to add compression - which in your case could be a plus. As NMAp reserves file storage using power of 2 and padding when storing documents - it is less disk storage effective and reservers lot more than is needed (...



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