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Mongodb is taking up 7GB of hard drive space on VM, how do I fix?

I am running Debian on a VM. I installed mongodb and it is taking up A LOT of space. It is really slowing me down in college, with work and projects ... etc. I have a disk usage analyzer and I've ...
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high background flush avg mongodb

similar question: High Global Lock % on Mongodb Overview We have a production setup replica set in v2.4.8 mongodb running on five 4-core, 28gb RAM VMs with standard azure datadisk HDDs running on ...
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Mongodb replica sets: why does my master server occupy more disk space than my slave?

I have two servers on my replica set. Let's call it the master and the slave, for the purpose of this discussion. The master was the original one, and the slave was replicated from that master. At ...
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MongoDB on Raspberry Pi --dbpath not setting

I installed MongoDB using this tutorial. I have tried to set --dbpath in /etc/mongodb.conf like this: dbpath=/path/that/iwant #where to log logpath=/var/log/mongodb/mongodb.log logappend=true ...
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Which version of linux OS has support for MongoDB installation?

I would like to learn how to install MongoDB in my Windows machine. Currently I have a Windows 8 64 bit OS laptop and I installed MongoDB 64 version for Windows. My question is: which version of ...
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MongoDB cloneCollection between CentOS servers times out at 2 hours

I'm trying to clone a MongoDB collection from CentOS server A to CentOS server B. Both are running 2.4.6. The copy works great until exaxctly 2 hours, at which point I get a 9001 socket exception: ...
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MongoDB Master and Slave Replication - Windows or Linux

I have recently moved my MS SQL Server Database to MongoDB (2.0) on Windows Server 2008. Its containing 2 databases with following stats. (both databases get around 100 reads/writes per second). These ...
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Limit memory used for mongoDb

Is there any way to limit using RAM for mongodb on Debian? I'm looking for a solution fo about 8 hours, but have no results.