Failure Considerations

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    Data durability refers to the fault tolerance and persistence of data in the face of software or hardware failure. Even the most reliable software and hardware might fail at some point, and along with the failures, introduce a chance of data loss. Couchbase’s durability features include Synchronous Replication, and the possibility to use distributed, multi-document ACID transactions. It is the responsibility of the development team and the software architect to evaluate the best choice for each use case.

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    Unresolved include directive in modules/concept-docs/pages/durability-replication-failure-considerations.adoc - include::7.6@sdk:shared:partial$durability-replication-failure-considerations.adoc[] Options for making changes to numKvConnections (kvEndpoints) for Durable Writes, change the kv_pool_size value. Increasing the number of reader and writer threads for Couchbase Server storage may be advantageous: see the discussion on the Server storage page. Unresolved include directive in modules/concept-docs/pages/durability-replication-failure-considerations.adoc - include::7.6@sdk:shared:partial$durability-replication-failure-considerations.adoc[]

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