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In this article, we are going to discuss about creating atomic operations in MongoDB. An atomic operation in a database is an undividable and complex series of database operations such that either all operation will occur, or nothing will occur. The term atomicity is used to guarantee that there will be no partial database update i.e. either the entire lot of updates will happen or nothing will happen at all and the partial changes (if any) will be rolled back. The partial update will cause more damages than rejecting the whole series outright. Therefore, operatic operations are very important in every databases including MongoDB.
In this chapter, we are going to learn about the concept of Capped collections in MongoDB. When we insert documents in a MongoDB’s collection that does not have a fixed size allocated as disk memory, then over a period of time we may face performance issues for creation, reading, and deletion operations in the MongoDB due to space crunch. Therefore, the MongoDB is equipped with the capped collections which are the fixed-size circular collections. Such collections follow the insertion order that helps support high performance for the creation, reading, and deletion operations in the MongoDB. Being a circular and fixed sized collection, the MongoDB will start deleting the oldest document from the capped collection when the collection size is exhausted and such deletion does not require any of the MongoDB’s deletion commands to be executed explicitly.