bson_writer_rollback (3) - Linux Man Pages
bson_writer_rollback: Abort the appending of the current bson_t to the memory region managed by writer. This is useful if you detected that you went past a particular memory limit. For example, MongoDB has 48MB message limits.
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bson_writer_rollback manual in Linux:
$ man 3 bson_writer_rollback
bson_writer_rollback() - Abort the appending of the current bson_t to the memory region managed by writer. This is useful if you detected that you went past a particular memory limit. For example, MongoDB has 48MB message limits.
bson_writer_rollback (bson_writer_t *writer);
Abort the appending of the current bson_t to the memory region managed by
\&. This is useful if you detected that you went past a particular memory limit. For example, MongoDB has 48MB message limits.
This page is part of libbson.
Please report any bugs at https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/CDRIVER.
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