The MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference class

(mongodb >=1.0.0)

Introduction

Class synopsis

final MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference implements MongoDB\BSON\Serializable {
/* Constants */
const integer RP_PRIMARY = 1 ;
const integer RP_PRIMARY_PREFERRED = 5 ;
const integer RP_SECONDARY = 2 ;
const integer RP_SECONDARY_PREFERRED = 6 ;
const integer RP_NEAREST = 10 ;
const integer NO_MAX_STALENESS = -1 ;
const integer SMALLEST_MAX_STALENESS_SECONDS = 90 ;
/* Methods */
final public object bsonSerialize ( void )
final public __construct ( string|integer $mode [, array $tagSets = NULL [, array $options = [] ]] )
final public integer getMaxStalenessSeconds ( void )
final public integer getMode ( void )
final public array getTagSets ( void )
}

Predefined Constants

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::RP_PRIMARY

All operations read from the current replica set primary. This is the default read preference for MongoDB.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::RP_PRIMARY_PREFERRED

In most situations, operations read from the primary but if it is unavailable, operations read from secondary members.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::RP_SECONDARY

All operations read from the secondary members of the replica set.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::RP_SECONDARY_PREFERRED

In most situations, operations read from secondary members but if no secondary members are available, operations read from the primary.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::RP_NEAREST

Operations read from member of the replica set with the least network latency, irrespective of the member's type.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::NO_MAX_STALENESS

The default value for the "maxStalenessSeconds" option is to specify no limit on maximum staleness, which means that the driver will not consider a secondary's lag when choosing where to direct a read operation.

MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::SMALLEST_MAX_STALENESS_SECONDS

The minimum value for the "maxStalenessSeconds" option is 90 seconds. The driver estimates secondaries' staleness by periodically checking the latest write date of each replica set member. Since these checks are infrequent, the staleness estimate is coarse. Thus, the driver cannot enforce a max staleness value of less than 90 seconds.

Changelog

Version Description
1.2.0

Added the MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::NO_MAX_STALENESS and MongoDB\Driver\ReadPreference::SMALLEST_MAX_STALENESS_SECONDS constants.

Implements MongoDB\BSON\Serializable.

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