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comment MongoDB GridFS Offsite Backups
You could make it do what you want (similar to mongoriver mentioned in my answer) but neither tool is officially supported, and as I also mentioned you will need to add your own logic and verification to the process so you can be satisfied that all the data is mirrored offsite.
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comment How unique are MongoDB _id fields?
Correct - if you are setting the _id when doing an insert, then it overrides the automatic creation of an ObjectID and can be anything you want - I often do this for test data with a simple incrementing integer. If you go with this type of solution, you just have to then be careful and make sure that you always populate the _id manually to avoid getting a mix of two types in the field (not a good idea generally, but particularly for your primary key)
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comment Mongodb incremental oplog Dump not working
You are doing it correctly, you are just passing the incorrect timestamp - fix that and you will be pulling the information you actually want.
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reviewed Reject Sample YAML Configuration Files for MongoDB?
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comment How come MongoDB WiredTiger snappy & zlip compression consumes same memory
It's been a while, but here are my results with a 16GB data set and zlib definitely beats snappy: comerford.cc/2015/02/04/mongodb-3-0-testing-compression
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comment How come MongoDB WiredTiger snappy & zlip compression consumes same memory
You are only inserting a small number (10,000) docs here and I would imaging you are running into some minimum sizes. What happens to the figures if you insert a large number of docs?
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comment Process to reclaim free space from mongodb ,replication is there
Compact will only free space if you are using WiredTiger, so it would be helpful if you would mention what version and storage engine was being used here
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answered Mongodb incremental oplog Dump not working