Friday, 13 April, 2018 UTC


Summary

  • Here are the steps: – – dbpath : specifies the path of the data files – – logpath : specifies the path of the log file – – verbose: specifies how verbose we want out log files to be, in this we want our log files to be very verbose…
  • The settings is from v to vvvvv  going from least to most verbose – – 4.
  • Save the file,  put the path C:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\3.4\bin into the Environment Variables “Path” varible, now open up the command line utility  type in the following command to use the configuration file
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Thursday, March 9, 2017
AngularJS SPA Part 5: Create a MongoDB Configuration File
In the previous blog post be installed mongoDB now, we are going to create a configuration file for mongoDB to use during startup.
In this configuration…
Tech Junkie Blog: AngularJS SPA Part 5: Create a MongoDB Configuration File