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Setting up MongoDB on Fedora

This is one of those posts as much for my own reference as anything else, and if it helps others, then bonus.

I installed MongoDB on my old Fedora server just now, and while it was actually pretty straightforward to do, I figured I’d document the steps. The first thing to remember is that there are two separate installs: the client and the server (this is what tripped me up on the MongoDB site’s documentation). There isn’t some deal where running server install also gives you a client.

So, to set up a smooth, easy install with yum, the first thing you need to do is create the file “/etc/yum.repos.d/10gen.repo”. Once you’ve created that file, open it and add the following:

name=10gen Repository

Now, once you’ve got that in place, run the command, “yum install mongo-10gen mongo-10gen-server”. This will install both the client and the server. When the client and the server are in place, you can start the server by running “/etc/init.d/mongod start”. Finally, if you’re like me, you probably want the server to run automatically. If that’s the case, execute the command “chkconfig mongod on”.

And, you’re set. MongoDB server is installed and running and will also run on your next reboot.

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