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MongoDB page faults even when all data is in resident in RAM

I have made a sample app that emulates what my real one does. It simply iterates over all documents of a specific collection over and over. I start mongo (as a windows service) and mongostat shows ...
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Mongo takes too much memory when insert data

I'm using mongo as a database log. I store on it all the logs of an application, so I have a high rate of inserts, for example 100 inserts per second. To accomplish that I developed a part of the ...
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Running MongoDB and SQL Server on the same host- memory pressure

We have a new application that is making use of both traditional MS SQL and MongoDB for data storage. We're running both instances on the same Windows 2008R2 x64 machine, with 64GB RAM. There have ...
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mongodb memory leak or big collection?

mongo 2.4.6 x64 RAM 24 GB With normal work memory consume around 10GB. After that we started read data from db (create archive raw data) memory consuming up to 90% of all memory trough 5day. And go ...
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MongoDB RAM requirements doubt

I have a data file with 100 million documents. The number of documents is expected to always remain between 100 million and 200 million for atleast a year. I have 15 GB Ram. Currently the update ...
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MongoDB Not Using All Available RAM

I have something around 200 GB worth data stored in a mongo cluster. The physical memory on one of the instances which runs mongo is 8GB. Nothing else of any consequence runs on this instance. As near ...
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MongoDB: What does '[DataFileSync] flushing mmaps took … ms for … files' mean?

I am building an index in MongoDB for a large collections (~300GB) and the db terminal window keeps printing: [DataFileSync] flushing mmaps took 10920ms for 151 files The time that it takes to ...