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(PECL mongo >=1.6.0)

MongoCommandCursor::getReadPreferenceGet the read preference for this command

Description

public array MongoCommandCursor::getReadPreference ( void )

Parameters

This function has no parameters.

Return Values

This function returns an array describing the read preference. The array contains the values type for the string read preference mode (corresponding to the MongoClient constants), and tagsets containing a list of all tag set criteria. If no tag sets were specified, tagsets will not be present in the array.

Examples

Example #1 MongoCommandCursor::getReadPreference() return value example

<?php

$m 
= new MongoClient('mongodb://rs1.example.com:27017', array('replicaSet' => 'myReplSetName'));
$collection $m->selectCollection('test''people');

// If a MongoCommandCursor is constructed directly, it will inherit the read
// preference of the MongoClient instance passed to its constructor; however,
// MongoCollection::aggregateCursor() will have the MongoCommandCursor inherit
// the collection's read preference.
$collection->setReadPreference(MongoClient::RP_SECONDARY);

$cursor $collection->aggregateCursor( [
    [ 
'$group' => [ '_id' => '$name''points' => [ '$sum' => '$points' ] ] ],
    [ 
'$sort' => [ 'points' => -] ],
] );

var_dump($cursor->getReadPreference());

?>

The above example will output:

array(1) {
  ["type"]=>
  string(9) "secondary"
}

See Also



MongoCommandCursor::dead || MongoCommandCursor::info || MongoCommandCursor || PHP Manual
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