Starting mongod with parameters from the command line
Here is a quick post on using
mongodb for a problem I face occassionally! (actually more often than I'd expect!)
Starting mongodb custom configuration
I typically start
mongodb on my Macbook using the following command which is setup for authorization etc.
mongod --config /usr/local/etc/mongod.conf
The config file is as follows:
storage: dbPath: /Users/santosh/data/db net: bindIp: 127.0.0.1 security: authorization: enabled
It basically sets up the directory for storage, bind the service to be accessible locally (i.e not exposed by default) and has authorization enabled.
Starting mongodb without authetication
At times, I have the need to run
mongodb without authentication to speed up few toy projects.
My typical procedure so far used to be to go the
conf file, set
false and then start the server. This is cumbersome!
Go back revert the changes, etc. ... back and forth!
This is a PITA ... until now.
Starting the server with custom parameters is straight-forward as mentioned here.
The following command does the job for me! ;-)
mongod --dbpath "/Users/santosh/data/db"