…stall it to /usr/bin.
…filemd5. SERVER-6742 This ensures that there are no pending writebacks from the chunks being inserted.
Modified the test to filter out commands and queries irrelevant to the main test when querying the profiler.
by only checking the result object on commands. SERVER-6685 SERVER-6684
This reverts commit 02ec290.
This reverts commit ea9d4e5.
The after uptimeEstimate is typically "4" on Windows, and might sometimes be "3", which fails the test. Hopefully uptimeEstimate will be removed entirely, soon.
Explicitly make the target of the bit shift 'long long' to avoid MSVC warning: "src\mongo\db\record.cpp(242) : warning C4334: '<<' : result of 32-bit shift implicitly converted to 64 bits (was 64-bit shift intended?)".
… caching needs work on os x
…n record caching" This reverts commit f7fdee2.
…redCursor. SERVER-6684 SERVER-6685
… caching needs work on osx
…havior New parameter replIndexPrefetch. Settable via the command line or use setParameter() command on a running server. Only valid on a server started with --replSet parameter. This allows a user to disable the prefetching of all index pages prior to the application of a replicated op on a secondary. For most use cases, prefetching all indexes for a given op will provide good performance. For use cases that do many in-place updates to documents in a collection with many indexes that are unaffected by such updates, using the '_id_only' setting may provide better performance than the 'all' setting. The '_id_only' setting only prefetches index pages for the _id index, which will always be used to find the document needed to be updated. The 'none' setting will be used for debugging only; there should be no production use cases for this setting. getParameter() supports getting the current value of this parameter.
SERVER-6731 cloneCollection warning correction
SERVER-6708 sh._adminCommand is silent and sh helpers return result obj
SERVER-6474 give better error messages when syncFrom is misused
Make sure to turn journaling on if we are going to kill a mongod process with SIGKILL with an expectation that it will be running fine after a restart on our tests.
We now allow * and ? in database names on Linux, so we can't use them to test our testing.
Rework two lines of code to not crash on missing periods in namespace names being checked for correctness.