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The WiredTiger.wt file is a crucial metadata file that keeps track of the state of the whole database and all the *.wt files. Hence, the content of this file is deployment specific, and not transferable to other deployments. It is not possible to recreate the content of this file. If you have a known good backup of the whole dbpath, you may be able to ...


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The MongoDB Atlas API is for programmatic access to Atlas' management, monitoring, and backup features. API connections are to the Atlas service, not to the underlying MongoDB clusters. To query data in your clusters (for example, listing database and collections) you need to connect to each cluster using an authenticated MongoDB driver or client. I ...


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Since you are using a hosted database service (MongoDB Atlas), many administrative commands are limited as they are either provided via the management interface or likely to introduce performance/stability issues. The Atlas free tier has additional limitations since it is backed by a shared MongoDB instance. See: Unsupported Commands in M0/M2/M5 Clusters. ...


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You cannot grant this role. The only way to create new MongoDB users in Atlas is either via the UI or the API. See Add MongoDB Users for details and note that this page states: Atlas rolls back any user modifications not made through the UI or API. You must use the Atlas UI or API to add, modify, or delete MongoDB users on Atlas clusters. See Create a ...


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If replication OpLog window goes under one hour, it means that timestamp between first and last lines in the OpLog is under one hour. This can happen when there is lots of changes in the DB and your size of OpLog is "too small". No, this is not fatal. It just means that your secondary nodes cannot "fallback" more than what is your OpLog window. I mean that ...


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If I understand correctly, this is about how to view ip addresses that got connected to your mongoDB Atlas cluster, I would say you can see number of connections established to a cluster by just logging into your Atlas mongoDB cloud dashboard (Atlas login). But if you want details on connections established, then you can download logs for that particular ...


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MongoDB Atlas Free tier, In the Cluster Overview page you should be able to the see the number active connections to the cluster as shown below. UPDATE Since Atlas Free Tier doesn't allow to run db.currentOp(), The one other way is to check the MongoDB log files for active connection IP Address. In the log file look for the latest entry like below 2019-03-...


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Logged into mongodb, to the admin database, with a user who has the following roles: clusterMonitor, readAnyDatabase, userAdminAnyDatabase ... not authorized on admin to execute command { replSetInitiate: undefined, $db: \“admin\” }“ This error is expected since clusterMonitor is a read-only role. To initialise or update replica set configurations when ...


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These appear to be database files, if you move them to the Mongodb data path, then start the mongod process/service, should work. If the database is not inside sharded clusters, you can use mongodump/mongorestore.


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Go to the command line tools Copy mongostat command under Set Up Diagnostics section Update password and add --discover option at the end Run it in any command-line tool You should be able to see the number of connections as below for all primary and secondaries


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My MongoDB Atlas Operations graph has doubled in the last few hours. How do I go about debugging this? As per MongoDB documentation here You can use a third-party application to view and analyze performance metrics that Atlas collects about your cluster. At this time, you can either build a monitoring integration using the Atlas API or integrate Atlas ...


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MongoDB Stitch triggers enable you to execute application and database logic automatically, either in response to events or based on a pre-defined schedule. As per MongoDB official documentation, Stitch supports three types of triggers: Database triggers, which can automatically respond when documents are added, updated, or removed in a linked MongoDB ...


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