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I am using 32bit Ubuntu 10.10 for this, will be installing Apache, PHP and MongoDB, as well as the MongoDB driver for PHP. Please note that the 32-bit version of MongoDB has a database size limit of 2 gigabytes. If you expect to store more than 2 gigabytes of data, ensure that you have deployed […]
Unlike MySQL, user and password are not created on the the default installation of MongoDB. So when you try to access your MongoDB connection on your scripts, you may not have to include the dbuser and dbpass like your MySQL. However, this design philosophy might be hitting the red alert for RMDBS users, since it […]
You can drop a database from the command line by using: I am not sure if there is a simpler way, enlighten me if there is.
In this post, we shall take a look at how you make your queries in Mongo from your console/terminal. As a SQL person, I suggest you might wish to take a look at the keyword switch from SQL to Mongo. Check out SQL to Mongo Mapping Chart Some Terminology from SQL to MongoDB: Table aka […]
Have always been using RDBMS, especially MySQL, something that comes along with most standard LAMP hosting. RDBMS focus a lot on relational joins, rows and tables; NoSQL is dynamic schema, works around with collections and documents and key/value pair. Check out BJ Clark’s post regarding a quick comparison for the various NoSQL. And a couple […]
Lately I have been pretty interested in trying out MongoDB. But I believe a GUI tool not only looks appealing, but also tend to cater for faster development and production. Here are some neat and nice tools for MongoDB management: Myngo Mongo3 futon4Mongo phpMoAdmin Opricot MongoHub (for Mac) RockMongo MongoVue Reference: http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Admin+UIs http://nosql.mypopescu.com/post/334469038/a-couple-of-nice-gui-tools-for-mongodb http://blog.timgourley.com/post/453680012/tuesday-night-tech-mongodb-ui-edition
In order to start running MongoDB with PHP, there is a need to install MongoDB PECL Module. Ensure that you have your MongoDB setup and installed correctly. If not, proceed to MongoDB Installation on OS X to start installing first. Download the MongoDB driver for OS X from the github. Unzip and Extract the mongo.so […]
Written in C++, MongoDB (from “humongous”) is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented database. Here is how to setup my MongoDB on my MBP for staging a local development. I downloaded the latest 1.6.3 version. Downloaded a copy of MongoDB for Mac OS X 64 bit. Either from their website or using curl. Note:  32bit […]
No need to get your hands dirty with the MongoDB Installation, when especially with a share hosting service for your website which made installation of MongoDB almost impossible (unless they offer it on the hosting). Free database for up to 16MB, the least pricing is $5/mth. The cloud hosted MongoDB: https://mongohq.com/home
Have successfully installed Mongodb with reference to: Linode Mongodb for Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic – http://library.linode.com/databases/mongodb/ubuntu-9.10-karmic Quickstart with Mongodb – http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Quickstart+Unix