The MongoDB Database Tools Documentation¶
The MongoDB Database Tools are a collection of command-line utilities for working with a MongoDB deployment. The Database Tools include the following binaries:
|Binary Import / Export|
| ||Creates a binary export of the contents of a
| ||Restores data from a |
| ||Converts bson dump files into json.|
|Data Import / Export|
| ||Imports content from an Extended JSON, CSV, or TSV export file.|
| ||Produces a json or csv export of data stored in
| ||Provides a quick overview of the status of a currently running
| ||Provides an overview of the time a |
| ||Supports manipulating files stored in your MongoDB instance in gridfs objects.|
Starting with MongoDB 4.4, the MongoDB Database Tools are now released separately
from the MongoDB Server and use their own versioning, with an initial
100.0.0. Previously, these tools were released
alongside the MongoDB Server and used matching versioning.
For documentation on the MongoDB 4.2 or earlier versions of these tools, reference the MongoDB Server Documentation for that version of the tool:
The MongoDB Database Tools can be downloaded from the MongoDB Download Center.
Please see the installation guide for your platform for specific installation instructions.
For instructions on how to file a JIRA ticket for the MongoDB server or one of the related projects, see https://github.com/mongodb/mongo/wiki/Submit-Bug-Reports.
Getting involved in the MongoDB community is a great way to build relationships with other talented and like minded engineers, increase awareness for the interesting work that you are doing, and sharpen your skills. To learn about the MongoDB community, see Get Involved with MongoDB.
The MongoDB Database Tools documentation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
For information on MongoDB licensing, see MongoDB Licensing.