I want to start over the configurations of replica, is it possible? How to reset it?
In group people saying to remove the database content, but are there any work around?
I have a fast Windows 7 PC with 8Gb RAM. I want to test this MongoDB replica set: http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Replica+Sets for my development. I dont want to buy 3 PCs though, as it's kind of expensive. Is there a way to use some kind of technology, like Hyper-V, to be able to set it up? If not, how many PC and what kind should I buy?
If you are running MongoDB on production environment it is essential that you setup a real time replication of your primary instance. Using replica set, you can also scale horizontally and distribute the read load across multiple mongodb nodes. This tutorial explains in detail on how to setup MongoDB replication.
Occasionally, when troubleshooting the health of a replica set, I'd like to filter out the heartbeat packets specifically, track them going out, and the subsequent reply (or lack thereof) without all the noise of the other data that is flowing between the sets.
Unfortunately, these packets are structured in much the same way as normal commands/queries and responses.
Hi, I am running a MongoDB replica set on Azure and have connected to it remotely from within an Android app. I've gotten reads to work great from all instances. But, writes to the database still have intermittent errors with the following error. Also, if you could provide any more specific resources for dealing with this issue, then that would be very helpful too.
When you are walking in the street or wholesale market freely, what are the most common bags you can see? Replica Louis Vuitton handbags have many relative connections with our daily life. replica Handbags can not only storage personal articles, but also represent personal and social status, economic status and personality.
I tried creating two metadevices from same disk , but using different slices
it gave me an error saying that the new device overlaps with the earlier metadevice.
is there any rule that we cannot use same disk for two metadevices.
first i tried creating a concatenated volume from a slice having database replica on the other slice of same disk...it dint work, later i took other disk and rep
I installed MongoDB in an Ubuntu Server VM inside VMware using these instructions: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-ubuntu/. Everything works fine, and I can access MongoDB at the regular port 27017
Now, I want to make a dummy replica set and another db instance for testing my app.