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MongoDBProxy

MongoDBProxy is used to create a proxy around a MongoDB-connection in order to automatically handle AutoReconnect-exceptions. You use MongoDBProxy in the same way you would an ordinary MongoDB-connection but don't need to worry about handling AutoReconnects by yourself.

Usage:

>>> import pymongo
>>> import mongo_proxy
>>> safe_conn = mongo_proxy.MongoProxy(pymongo.MongoReplicaSetClient(replicaSet='blog_rs')
>>> safe_conn.blogs.posts.insert(post)  # Automatically handles AutoReconnect.

See here for more details: http://www.arngarden.com/2013/04/29/handling-mongodb-autoreconnect-exceptions-in-python-using-a-proxy/

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