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04:23 <xtrntr> is there a way to pipe the output of a query into another?
04:23 <xtrntr> for instance i got all the IDs i needed from one collection
04:23 <xtrntr> now i want to use that in a query to another collection
04:24 <xtrntr> doing this in the command line
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04:48 <xtrntr> is there a way to pipe the output of a query into another?
04:48 <xtrntr> for instance i got all the IDs i needed from one collection
04:48 <xtrntr> now i want to use that in a query to another collection
04:48 <xtrntr> doing this in the command line
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07:57 <KekSi> is anyone using this: https://github.com/dcu/mongodb_exporter ? its odd but sometimes it fails in docker compose networks, anyone had this happen?
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13:31 <vfuse> When using wiredtiger is document prepopulation still recommended when doing inplace updates?
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13:39 <vfuse> I have hourly and daily documents, this seems to make my disk write more and more data towards the end of each document, like this http://i.imgur.com/V9v8wVn.png
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14:05 <igniting> any help in figuring out number of clients connected to my mongodb server: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42929387/number-of-connections-to-mongodb-server ?
14:06 <xrated> serverStatus should give you that igniting
14:07 <igniting> xrated: check the stackoverflow link, serverStatus and # of open TCP connections both give a different output
14:08 <xrated> hm
14:09 <xrated> I wonder if lsof would show an entry for every file said connection caused to be opened
14:09 <xrated> even if it's tagged as tcp
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14:10 <xrated> ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
14:11 <xrated> hopping on a completely different system, mysql, I have 30 active connections but 785 open files tagged as mysql+TCP
14:11 <xrated> we used a hosted mongo solution so I couldn't ssh in to do the same test
14:12 <igniting> sudo netstat -tunp | grep 27017 | wc -l gives me a more reasonable output
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15:35 <ssarah> i'm getting this: all sources dead: data too stale halted replication, sleeping for 5 seconds
15:36 <ssarah> what do i do to fix it? :/
15:36 <ssarah> im running the slave like this
15:36 <ssarah> /servers/mongodb/bin/mongod --dbpath /servers/data/ --slave --source 10.135.250.81:27017
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15:52 <ssarah> i did autoresync
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19:38 <Bodenhaltung> Hmm, can anyone give me a advise? https://nopaste.me/view/ffe96ab5
19:39 <Bodenhaltung> 7.1.3-2+deb.sury.org~trusty+1, MongoDB extension version => 1.2.3, composer: "mongodb/mongodb": "^1.1.0"
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21:33 <Bodenhaltung> Strange, "stream_context_create" does it Segfault...argh
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21:37 <Paleo> I'm having a hard time understanding why sharding seems to be designed a seperate process outside mongod. Is there any article/blog/white sheet explaining the rationale behind this design that could help me really grasp the concept ?
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21:58 <ggus> hey, i'm looking for an app like forestadmin but that can connect with mongodb. any ideas?
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22:16 <Bodenhaltung> Ok, try and error, the problem caused by "cafile" => false" in "stream_context_create". Without these it works fine.
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