Configuration, Maintenance, and Analysis¶
The following tutorials describe routine management operations, including configuration and performance analysis:
- Disable Transparent Huge Pages (THP)
- Describes Transparent Huge Pages (THP) and provides detailed instructions on disabling them.
- Use Database Commands
- The process for running database commands that provide basic database operations.
- Manage mongod Processes
- Start, configure, and manage running
- Terminate Running Operations
- Stop in progress MongoDB client operations using
- Analyze Performance of Database Operations
- Collect data that introspects the performance of query and update
operations on a
- Rotate Log Files
- Archive the current log files and start new ones.
- Manage Journaling
- Describes the procedures for configuring and managing MongoDB’s journaling system which allows MongoDB to provide crash resiliency and durability.
- Upgrade to the Latest Revision of MongoDB
- Introduces the basic process for upgrading a MongoDB deployment between different minor release versions.
- Monitor MongoDB With SNMP on Linux
- The SNMP extension, available in MongoDB Enterprise, allows MongoDB to provide database metrics via SNMP.
- Monitor MongoDB Windows with SNMP
- The SNMP extension, available in the Windows build of MongoDB Enterprise, allows MongoDB to provide database metrics via SNMP.
- Troubleshoot SNMP
- Outlines common errors and diagnostic processes useful for deploying MongoDB Enterprise with SNMP support.