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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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accepted Is it safe to remove an entry in a “config.mongos” MongoDB collection?
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comment Is it safe to remove an entry in a “config.mongos” MongoDB collection?
@AsyaKamsky, I updated my question with an example of stopBalancer taking a long time...
Jun
10
revised Is it safe to remove an entry in a “config.mongos” MongoDB collection?
Explained why someone might want to remove those entries.
Jun
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asked Is it safe to remove an entry in a “config.mongos” MongoDB collection?
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accepted Permissions for a MySQL user which will monitor replication status?
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asked Permissions for a MySQL user which will monitor replication status?
Dec
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comment MongoDB Not Using All Available RAM
@rfusca As I understand it, 32bit instances of mongo will silently drop inserts over 2GB. That is not what is happening with our system. I'm quite certain this is a 64bit instance. Is there some mongo configuration setting that sets a max memory size? Thanks.
Dec
14
comment MongoDB Not Using All Available RAM
@BryceAtNetwork23 nope; we definitely have more than 2GB in our mongodb total (several hundred gigs actually).
Dec
14
comment MongoDB Not Using All Available RAM
Thanks. Added uname but I dont have lsb-release installed.
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Oct
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accepted Moving a collection to a new database (v2.2)
Oct
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comment Moving a collection to a new database (v2.2)
it does seem like mongodump and mongorestore are my only options, I was hoping I wasn't thinking of something. Unfortunately there are other large, sharded collections in this database. Your response is much appreciated.
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asked Moving a collection to a new database (v2.2)
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accepted Mongo Collection `Size` is *larger* than `storageSize`?
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