Author - Vinodh Krishnaswamy

WiredTiger Encryption at Rest with Percona Server for MongoDB

wired-tiger-encryption

Encryption has become an important function in the database industry, as most companies are taking extra care to keep their data safe. It is important to keep the data safe on disk as well as when it is moving in the network. This restricts any unauthorized access to the data. These two types of protection are […]

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Automating MongoDB Log Rotation

MongoDB Log Rotation

In this blog post, we will look at how to do MongoDB® log rotation in the right—and simplest—way.
Log writing is important for any application to track history. But when the log file size grows larger, it can cause disk space issues. For database servers especially, it may cause performance issues as the database needs to write […]

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Configuring PMM Monitoring for MongoDB Cluster

In this blog, we will see how to configure Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) monitoring for a MongoDB cluster. It’s very simple, like adding a replica set or standalone instances to PMM Monitoring. 
For this example, I have used docker to create PMM Server and MongoDB sharded cluster containers. If you want the steps I used […]

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Understanding PMM QAN – Graphs & Metrics

understanding PMM QAN

In this blog post, I will share with you how to set up the PMM QAN for MongoDB and the formulas behind the metrics and graphs that you see on the QAN dashboard.
When one of my customers wanted to load test and understand the behavior of the queries in their MongoDB instance through a […]

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MongoDB Rollback in replicaset

MongoDB Rollback

In this blog post, we’ll look at how MongoDB rollback works during replicaset failovers.
In recent versions, MongoDB has provided lots of features related to replicaset and automatic failover. When it comes to failover, the next question that arises is “How does MongoDB ROLLBACK work during replicaset failover?”
If a PRIMARY member (say node A) stepped down […]

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