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Install MongoDB

This section of the manual contains tutorials on installation of MongoDB.

Supported Platforms

Changed in version 3.4: MongoDB no longer supports 32-bit x86 platforms.

x86_64

Platform Support EOL Notice

  • Support for SLES 11 has been removed in MongoDB 3.2.20+ and 3.4.15+.
  • Support for Ubuntu 12.04 has been removed in MongoDB 3.2.20+ and 3.4.15+.
  • Support for Debian 7 has been removed in MongoDB 3.2.21+ and 3.4.16+.
Platform 3.4 Community & Enterprise 3.2 Community & Enterprise
Amazon Linux 2013.03 and later
Debian 7 EOL’d as of 3.4.16 EOL’d as of 3.2.21
Debian 8
RHEL/CentOS 6.2 and later
RHEL/CentOS 7.0 and later
SLES 11 EOL’d as of 3.4.15 EOL’d as of 3.2.20
SLES 12  
Solaris 11 64-bit Community only Community only
Ubuntu 12.04 EOL’d as of 3.4.15 EOL’d as of 3.2.20
Ubuntu 14.04
Ubuntu 16.04
Windows Server 2008R2 and later
Windows Vista and later
macOS 10.8 and later

ARM64

Platform 3.4 Community & Enterprise
Ubuntu 16.04

PPC64LE (MongoDB Enterprise Edition)

Platform 3.4 Enterprise
RHEL/CentOS 7.1
Ubuntu 16.04

s390x (MongoDB Enterprise Edition)

Platform Support EOL Notice

  • Support for SLES 11 has been removed in MongoDB 3.4.15+.
Platform 3.4 Enterprise
RHEL/CentOS 7.2
SLES 11 EOL’d as of 3.4.15
SLES 12
Ubuntu 16.04

Tutorials

MongoDB Community Edition

Install on Linux
Install MongoDB Community Edition and required dependencies on Linux.
Install on macOS
Install MongoDB Community Edition on macOS 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.

Additional Resources