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02:09 <__WoodyWu27__> What's the latest mongo version that still supports ARMv5?
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06:23 <sector_0> is it possible to access multiple databases in parallel?
06:23 <sector_0> so for example if I have an online store, and I have a database for clothing, and a database for electronics (disregard the fact that this might be a poor design), is it possible to operate on the clothing database, while another process is simultaneously operating on the electronics database
06:23 <sector_0> ?
06:24 <svm_invictvs> Your client code will need to maintain separate connections etc.
06:24 <svm_invictvs> I dont' see why not, though
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06:40 <sector_0> svm_invictvs, ok
06:40 <sector_0> but I was also referring to different server instances, but I guess it's the same thing right?
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06:45 <svm_invictvs> Yeah
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07:09 <sector_0> svm_invictvs, cool
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13:19 <jeffreylevesque> anyone interesting in provisioning replicated shard clusters via puppet?
13:20 <jeffreylevesque> in the coming week i will be working on https://github.com/jeff1evesque/machine-learning/issues/2943
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13:30 <jeffreylevesque> anyone willing to work with me?
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14:24 <waits_> hi
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15:14 <dcrouch> I installed mongodb and tried to start with mongod and I received the following. https://dpaste.de/oXEV
15:14 <dcrouch> I kind of expected an interactive shell.
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15:20 <dcrouch> Oops. LOL. Forget I mentioned. :)
15:21 <Paleo> dcrouch mongod is the deamon. mongo is the interactive shell.
15:21 <dcrouch> Paleo, yes, I realized that. :). I'm having one of those mornings...
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15:34 <f0rd> what is the _Cardinality database that exports from Mongo. If I was importing the data into a different database, do I need to worry about this part?
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15:57 <caley> Greetings I’m trying to stand up mongod in AWS on a cluster of RHEL7.3 ec2’s across three az’s, in a primary, secondary, seconday relationship. With a config server in each az. The mongod boxes seem to start up fine (the mongo shards), but my config servers never launch. I am running into SELinux context issues. http://pastebin.com/Vn0aLsjE
15:57 <caley> thoughts?
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16:12 <ssarah> Hei guys, when you type a query on the console badly and you do ctrl+c to exit, it asks if you want to terminate all current queries. Should i go for yes or no? It's restricted to the ones in the current console, right?
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17:57 <macool> hello guys. I have a question regarding a MongoDB we’re trying to deal with - which has got broken chunks because of an I/O failure. My first time around here so not sure either if this is the right place to ask for help
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18:48 <energizer> How can I do this? regex = '/^\d{4}-\d{2}-\d{2}$/' ; rolls = rcol.find({'date': {'$not': re.compile(regex)}}, {'_id': 0, 'date': 1})
18:50 <jeffreylevesque> anyone want to help me standardize mongodb installs via puppet?
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19:20 <gitgud> Derick, are you around?
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19:23 <Derick> gitgud: yes
19:23 <Derick> ish... dinner is served in 5 mins
19:24 <gitgud> Derick, question. i have just heard of something called "rethinkdb"
19:24 <gitgud> it keeps track of your changes to your documents
19:24 <gitgud> is there/will there be something similar to this in mongo?
19:24 <gitgud> some people have resorted to keeping watches on mongo's oplog in node https://www.npmjs.com/package/mongo-watch
19:24 <gitgud> but im not sure if its at the same level of comprehensiveness
19:28 <Derick> gitgud: nothing planned right now as far as I know
19:28 <Derick> rethinkdb folded recently though
19:29 <gitgud> Derick, folded as in dissolved? sorry i dont know what you mean
19:29 <Derick> yes
19:29 <gitgud> ah
19:29 <gitgud> would be cool if mongodb had something built in like that
19:30 <Derick> gitgud: http://www.defstartup.org/2017/01/18/why-rethinkdb-failed.html
19:30 <Derick> gitgud: request it as a feature on jira.mongodb.org - if it's not already there
19:30 <gitgud> ah alright. will look into that. thanks
19:31 <Derick> dinner
19:31 <gitgud> np
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19:45 <energizer> gitgud: Derick: what about the oplog?
19:45 <gitgud> energizer, what about it?
19:46 <energizer> does that do the sort of change tracking you want?
19:46 <energizer> oh sorry you already talked about that
19:46 <gitgud> for sure it does because its where things are recorded before committed
19:47 <gitgud> if node can access oplog and watch it and understand it, it can pull the new record at that time and then emit that event
19:47 <energizer> oplog is just in a regular collection
19:47 <energizer> nothing special
19:48 <gitgud> its my understanding that oplog is where all changes go before being committed. if all changes accumulate there then that could be tracked and events could be emitted based on that. that was my point :P
19:48 <gitgud> although energizer i talked to some folks right now and im rethinking my stance on emitting events on data change in the db
19:48 <gitgud> mainly because it seems useless. this is something that can be done on the app level :P
19:52 <reynierpm> hi there, can any give me some ideas or help here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/42912755/how-to-create-a-db-for-mongodb-container-on-start-up ??
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