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MongoDB: Why Pay for Enterprise When Open Source Has You Covered?

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When Percona first published the blog MongoDB Security: Why Pay for Enterprise when Open Source Has You Covered? , I constantly referenced it. Comparing MongoDB Enterprise to Percona Server for MongoDB has become such a common topic for discussion with Percona’s current and future customers that the information contained in that blog is ingrained in my […]

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Implementing Distributed MongoDB Backups Without the Coordinator

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Prior to version 1.0, Percona Backup for MongoDB (PBM) had a separate coordinator daemon as a key part of its architecture. The coordinator was handling all communications with backup agents and the control program. It held a PBM configuration and backups list, made a decision on what agents should do a backup or restore, […]

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Permissions Issue When Upgrading MongoDB with Custom dbPath or logPath

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In Linux distributions, installing MongoDB for the first time using rpm/dpkg will create a conf file, dbPath, logPath and the init scripts on default paths. This includes the creation of a mongod user/group and provides mongod permissions to both the default dbPath (/var/lib/mongo) and logPath (/var/log/mongodb/mongod.log). Then you edit the settings in the config file […]

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Webinar 1/10: MongoDB 4.0 and 4.2 Performance Review – What’s New

MongoDB 4.0 and 4.2 Performance Review- What’s New

This webinar will walk you through the performance improvements for the MongoDB 4.0 and 4.2 versions:
– No more blocking secondary reads for the replica set.
– Improved Index builds with foreground but non-blocking behavior!
– Wild card index for the queries against unknown fields.
Please join Percona Support Engineer Aayushi Mangal on Friday, January 10th at 10:30 am […]

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MongoDB Compatibility in AWS DocumentDB

Recently I noticed the site Jan 2019 results download link) are a subset of the mongo javascript shell five dbaas_*.yml test suites used are sensible-for-DBAAS subsets of the same aggregation, decimal, and competition-comparison page at mongodb.com.
But the scripts are not 1-to-1 tests of features. There are more than twice as many test scripts as […]

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