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Is there any way to get a progress measure or remaining time estimate from mongorestore?

I used mongodump to export a compressed archive, which generated an 8GB file in about an hour and showed a progress bar, and now I'm trying to load the archive on a separate staging server. However, even though the dump contains no indexes, the restore has been running for over 6 hours.

My restore command is simply:

mongorestore --drop --gzip --archive=dumpfile

From what I've read, mongorestore is terribly inefficient, so long restore times is a common complaint. However, it would be nice to know if I have to wait a few more hours vs a few more days.

The manpage doesn't list anything like a --progress option. Is there any way to get even a rough estimate for the remaining restore time?

  • Did you check in the log file? Also there are other ways to copy database other than mongodump and mongorestore. – SqlWorldWide Jun 17 '17 at 7:59
  • with docs.mongodb.com/manual/reference/program/mongorestore/… verbose argument you see document counts. But not a progress bar as we know it. After the restore completed he will build indexes and there you see the progress in mongodb.log – Ivanov Jun 19 '17 at 3:31

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