This section of the manual contains tutorials on installation of MongoDB.
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Deprecation of 32-bit Versions¶
Changed in version 3.2: Starting in MongoDB 3.2, 32-bit binaries are deprecated and will be unavailable in future releases.
Changed in version 3.0: Commercial support is no longer provided for MongoDB on 32-bit platforms (Linux and Windows). See Platform Support.
In addition, the 32-bit versions of MongoDB have the following limitations:
- 32-bit versions of MongoDB do not support the WiredTiger storage engine.
- 32-bit builds disable journaling by default because journaling further limits the maximum amount of data that the database can store.
- When running a 32-bit build of MongoDB, the total storage size for the server, including data and indexes, is 2 gigabytes. For this reason, do not deploy MongoDB to production on 32-bit machines.
If you’re running a 64-bit build of MongoDB, there’s virtually no limit to storage size. For production deployments, 64-bit builds and operating systems are strongly recommended.
MongoDB Community Edition¶
- Install on Linux
- Install MongoDB Community Edition and required dependencies on Linux.
- Install on OS X
- Install MongoDB Community Edition on OS X systems from Homebrew packages or from MongoDB archives.
- Install on Windows
- Install MongoDB Community Edition on Windows systems and optionally start MongoDB as a Windows service.