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Not quite sure how to handle this. Not even sure it belongs here. Long story short, I have a MongoDB instance (6.x) running on Win10. Sometimes, the DB returns some missing values for a document. Also seen it reverting to some older versions of a document (some values are reset). It's rare but happens. It's running on a SSD. Is this an indicator of BIT flipping or is it caused by a MongoDB crash / restart ?

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    I doubt anything can be suggested here. You should provide your server configuration and, which is the main one, look at server logs (for all servers) when this "behavior" happens. You will be able to see what exactly happens at this time in the server. However, based on the DB returns some missing values for a document and Also seen it reverting to some older versions of a document => I would vote that it's something that clients do for you
    – dododo
    Commented May 3 at 11:58
  • Thanks, the issue is I do not detect these failures when they happen, just notice them along the way so it's hard to even know when it happens so it makes it hard finding it in the log... Thanks for your input though, much appreciated.
    – Eric
    Commented May 3 at 12:37

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