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00:12 <jdeisenberg> Hi. Using OpenSuSE 42.2, but there is no mongodb-tools package. How to solve?
00:12 <jdeisenberg> (I would like to do a mongoimport)
00:16 <jdeisenberg> Ah, just found out that SLE12 will probably do the trick.
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07:26 <kali> akalaj: it's based on an operation log, but the statements in the oplog are made idempotent and deterministic by the primary server
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09:07 <devangn> Hello, for HA in mongo 3.4 using replication set, any to the point document link?
09:10 <eskawl> Hi, why is the query at https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/tutorial/query-arrays/#query-an-array-with-compound-filter-conditions-on-the-array-elements returning 4 documents instead of 5?
09:11 <Derick> eskawl: 25 isn't greater than 25
09:12 <Derick> to includ ethe doc with with 25, you need $gte (Greater Than or Equal)
09:14 <eskawl> will 14, 21 get picked up by the query?
09:17 <eskawl> @Derick The query on the page doesnt have 25. Are you sure you are looking at the right one. It is db.inventory.find( { dim_cm: { $gt: 15, $lt: 20 } } )
09:19 <Derick> oh sorry
09:19 <Derick> the dim_cm:
09:19 <Derick> { $gt: 15, $lt: 20 } } )
09:19 <Derick> doesn't include " { item: "planner", qty: 75, tags: ["blank", "red"], dim_cm: [ 22.85, 30 ] }, "
09:19 <Derick> (as all elements are > 20
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11:49 <dystant> hi. one quick question. What is an easy to setup open source mongodb-based dashboard?
11:49 <dystant> i use mongodb 3.4.3
11:49 <dystant> is there something easy I can setup to look at a collection of TS data quickly?
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12:48 <Squarism> hey. I wonder if mongodb users are happy with it? Do you see statistics people using mongodb to complicated reporting?
12:49 <Squarism> (assuming we forget its schemaless)
12:49 <Derick> happy with what?
12:49 <Squarism> Derick, like all of it?
12:49 <Derick> plenty of people are happy with it...
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12:54 <edrocks> Squarism: I think postgresql is easier for reporting but mongodb gives you much better/easier failover(replica sets) and setup
12:57 <Squarism> edrocks, i need to go schemaless. I entities with a version field which decides the schema of the entities.
12:57 <Squarism> I have entities
12:57 <edrocks> postgresql does have nice jsonb support
12:57 <Squarism> Oh it has
12:58 <edrocks> are you just doing reporting or something else? Also where is this running(ie do you care about failover/uptime)
12:58 <Squarism> edrocks, failover and such isnt that important
12:58 <Squarism> traffic isnt massive
12:59 <Derick> edrocks: postgresql's jsonb support does not compare to what nosql solutions provide
12:59 <edrocks> well thats good. That gives you a lot more options
12:59 <Squarism> But need to do reporting on 1mill records tables atleast
13:00 <Squarism> Im curious if its something you can throw at a statician. "-Here, query a mongodb and do your graphs"
13:00 <Squarism> I assume its POSSIBLE - but is it realistic?
13:00 <edrocks> Ask one? I think they mostly use python
13:01 <Squarism> How do i find a mongodb statician
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13:02 <edrocks> I meant a regular statistician. Of course a mongodb one knows how to use mongodb
13:02 <Squarism> I think most "conventional" statistics people use SQL centric proprietary software
13:02 <edrocks> I don't think it'd be too much of an issue since they would probably just dump the data in memory in python or whatever else and then reformat it as needed
13:02 <edrocks> I mean 1m documents isn't very much data
13:03 <Squarism> i know. But somehow its very wide data
13:04 <edrocks> I'd use mongodb, it's easy to get data into and work with. Plus you can always ship it over to postgres or something else if you need to
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14:20 <greengreen> hi
14:22 <greengreen> https://gist.github.com/milospetkovic/4c7dbda97f118db7b4d2225bc474ee35
14:23 <greengreen> can someone point me out hot to fetch datas from collection by date, and fetch data subdocuments which name has some characters ?
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17:41 <jellycode> Hi all, i'm brand new to mongo, using Mongo C# driver version 3.4 and having trouble. Was the collection.find() method renamed to findSync()?
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17:42 <boutell> Hi. Is this message still accurate? “Avoid using mongoimport and mongoexport for full instance production backups. They do not reliably preserve all rich BSON data types, because JSON can only represent a subset of the types supported by BSON. Use mongodump and mongorestore as described in MongoDB Backup Methods for this kind of functionality.”
17:42 <boutell> I wonder if it’s accurate because strict mode exists and seems like it can represent everything.
17:43 <jellycode> Sorry, In fact the .NET driver version i'm using is 2.4 not 3.4
17:45 <jellycode> But this document says there's a .Find() method and intellisense only shows FindSync()
17:45 <jellycode> http://mongodb.github.io/mongo-csharp-driver/2.4/getting_started/quick_tour/
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19:20 <jellycode> has anyone used ConventionPacks?
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19:56 <ankurk> Hi, can help anyone help me in understanding the cause of this issue? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/43504920/why-does-mapreduce-query-return-undefined-for-a-field-that-exists-in-document
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20:27 <dino82> Why does mongostat --json omit qr/qw/ar/aw
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20:33 <dino82> and a whole bunch of other stuff missing, idx_miss, etc
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21:48 <RxMcDonald> is it a bad idea to use the real objectId in my urls ?
21:49 <RxMcDonald> i.e. product/{objectId} or something
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22:02 <jellycode> are the Linq methods in the .net driver asynchronous?
22:04 <jellycode> I guess not as of 2015.. anybody know if this has been made native? http://blog.i3arnon.com/2015/12/16/async-linq-to-objects-over-mongodb/
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23:31 <RxMcDonald> anyone has some tips to slow queries?
23:32 <RxMcDonald> Added like 20 random regex $or and that slower it quite a bit but I'm trying to make it the worst as possible
23:33 <akalaj> have you added an index to everything?
23:33 <RxMcDonald> I don't think I added any indexes
23:33 <RxMcDonald> trying to slow it down as much as possible, benchmarking this new stack
23:34 <akalaj> if you're attempting to slow performance, indexing EVERYTHING won't help your speed. lol
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23:34 <RxMcDonald> I'm not indexing
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23:51 <RxMcDonald> managed to slow it to 150ms with 3.5k records
23:51 <RxMcDonald> gonna try again with 300k records
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23:59 <RxMcDonald> 200ms noice