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Definition

rs.remove(hostname)

Removes the member described by the hostname parameter from the current replica set. This function will disconnect the shell briefly and forces a reconnection as the replica set renegotiates which member will be primary. As a result, the shell will display an error even if this command succeeds.

The rs.remove() method has the following parameter:

Parameter Type Description
hostname string The hostname of a system in the replica set.

Note

Before running the rs.remove() operation, you must shut down the replica set member that you’re removing.

Changed in version 2.2: This procedure is no longer required when using rs.remove(), but it remains good practice.

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