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07:43 <audriusm> Hello. Any suggestions on how to keep track what documents are already processed in the collection, if collection is constantly written?
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08:51 <ngmvit> iam trying to query the original collecion in middle of a pipeline. Query is something like this. https://gist.github.com/anonymous/05ee9f067f39c5b3a609744a5fd4f670
08:59 <ngmvit> something like in middle of pipeline we would like to make query on original collection making use of the fetched data at some point in the pipeline.
09:01 <ngmvit> I have done this by making two queries 1 to fetch the ids and again to fetch the documents with the ids fetched in previous query.
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09:11 <Lope> If I use ensureIndex() but then I change my db structure later and stop using that property that was indexed, is it necessary to delete the index afterwards?
09:14 <Lope> I want to make a mongodb collection with human friendly indexes. What's the easiest way to implement auto-incrementing integer indexes?
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13:56 <Skyrid3r> Greetings all
13:56 <Skyrider> Better.
13:59 <Skyrider> Okidoki.. I'm having a small issue.. whenever I attempt to run the mongod terminal command, it says its unable to create a lock file in /data/db (while the owner is mongodb), yet in the config file the db directory is /var/lib/mongodb
13:59 <Skyrider> Why is it calling for /data/db exactly?
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14:02 <jita> I want to represent this datastructure in mongo {'ISBN': {'date': {'retailer'}. .... but the problem is mongo won't allow me to use date objects in python as collection keys
14:10 <Skyrider> So, yea.. its weird
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14:14 <Skyrider> brb
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14:17 <Skyrider> exception in initAndListen: 98 Unable to create/open lock file: /data/db/mongod.lock errno:13 Permission denied Is a mongod instance already running?, terminating
14:17 <Skyrider> I keep getting this.
14:17 <Skyrider> ./data/db is owned by mongodb:mongodb
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22:02 <sumobob> I'm struggling with an aggregate query right now, I have a collection that contains timestamps, userIds, and a boolean, I am using a $group right now to aggregate this data
22:02 <sumobob> {
22:02 <sumobob> $group: {
22:03 <sumobob> _id: { week: { $week: "$createdAt" }, year: { $year: "$createdAt" }, incoming: "$incoming" },
22:03 <sumobob> messages: { $sum: 1 }
22:03 <sumobob> }
22:03 <sumobob> },
22:04 <sumobob> I would like my data to look like { _id: { week: 3, year: 2017 }, incomingTrue: 200, incomingFalse: 300 }
22:04 <sumobob> rather than having to reduce in code
22:04 <sumobob> does anyone know how this can be done?
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