You can find links to the binary tarballs from the Percona Server for MongoDB download page.
Fetch and extract the correct binary tarball. For example, if you are running Debian 8 (“jessie”):
$ wget https://www.percona.com/downloads/percona-server-for-mongodb/percona-server-for-mongodb-3.0.5/binary/debian/jessie/x86_64/percona-server-mongodb-3.0.5-rel0.7rc-r42b00da-jessie-x86_64-bundle.tar $ tar xfz percona-server-mongodb-3.0.5-rel0.7rc-r42b00da-jessie-x86_64-bundle.tar
Copy the extracted binaries to the target directory:
$ mkdir psmdb $ cp -r -n percona-server-mongodb-3.0.5-rel0.7rc-r42b00da-jessie-x86_64-bundle/ psmdb
Add the location of the binaries to the
$ export PATH ~/psmdb/bin:$PATH
Create the default data directory:
$ mkdir -p /data/db
Make sure that you have read and write permissions for the data directory and run
By default, Percona Server for MongoDB starts with the MMAPv1 storage engine (standard engine in MongoDB). If you want to run with PerconaFT, specify the
--storageEngine=PerconaFT option on the command line when running
mongod, or set the
storage.engine option in the configuration file. For more information, see Switching Storage Engines.
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