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00:21 <sector_0> what's the fastest way to learn mongodb?
00:21 <sector_0> the courses seem nice but 7 weeks? eek
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14:44 <ruby32> Hi all, I have been having an issue with Mongodb where it reads approximately 2GB of data every time I run a script which does a very small amount of reading and writing to the db. The total size of the entire DB is around 4GB, so it seems odd that iotop would report a 2GB disk read per script.
14:44 <ruby32> I have also set readahead to 32 on the device using blockdev.
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17:18 <sector_0> how do I completely reset my mongodb installation?
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18:52 <janat08> can you used hased index for facet search?
18:53 <janat08> im reading article on facet search, and well my use case has very set number of possible fields and values
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20:22 <webdev26> Hello
20:23 <webdev26> I'm very new to MongoDB and databases in general, I'm trying to create a relatively simple project that will use node.js to extract data from mongoDB and display it.
20:24 <webdev26> What I'm confused about is the location of the database, I eventually want to put this project on a server, or have people pull it from git and have it working. My question is how do I know where the data is being saved?
20:24 <webdev26> Do I just straight up put the "server" folder in my project folder?
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20:31 <janat08> deployment manual will explain what to do
20:31 <janat08> will likely also have migration manual
20:31 <janat08> for data on your pc
20:32 <janat08> you can't exactly save data on git since you need db driver that's compatible with yours that you would save
20:32 <janat08> you can try looking a git ignore file that will ignore your db
20:33 <webdev26> I was thinking of the git ignore
20:33 <webdev26> The deployment manual
20:34 <webdev26> is it this? https://developer.github.com/guides/delivering-deployments/
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22:09 <RatelSwarm> Hello! I'm seeking for advise with pymongo for Python 2.7. I'm new to Python 2.7, basically I'm working with 3.6, so the issue might be with it, I admit. The point is, that I'm trying to insert a document with bson object inside (gzip) and receive the following error: Cannot encode object: <gzip on 0x7f998404bc50>. Have you faced this stuff before?
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23:00 <RatelSwarm> A guy from #python community helped me. It was an issue with Python code (I called a wrong variable and didn't obtain 'getvalue' from StringIO). Thank you! That's nothing to be done with pymongo or MongoDB.
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