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01:11 <svm_invictvs> Oh boy
01:12 <svm_invictvs> Mixing java-mongo-driver and mongodb-driver on the same classpaht is pure evil
01:12 <svm_invictvs> wow
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08:30 <bgy> hi
08:32 <bgy> I'm doing an aggregation, and I do a match with something $match: { "doc.type": 1 }, I need to add a matching condition which is dynamically computed from other field, something like 'duration': { $eq: [$subtract: [doc.startDate, doc.endDate], 4] }, any ideas?
08:32 <bgy> (Basically I want to match if the diff between two date is 4)
08:34 <bgy> I guess I could do it with $project but I'll need to manually specify each fields of my document to project (and there are a lot)
08:39 <bgy> Got what I wanted, I just used $addFields before my $match
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11:22 <ikonia> the official communit packages provided by mongodb for RHEL 7 - where are the startup arguments set, there appears to be no startup settings file, and it seems odd to have to set this within the systemd unit itself
11:37 <ikonia> I can only see the way to set this in the unit file, this seems really odd as that means the start params are hardcoded into the unit file and could be in conflict with future package upgrades
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11:48 <ikonia> additional query is where the datadb parameter is set, the default appears to default to the root filesystem/data/db - this seems dirty, I'd much rather have this in a better place, where is this parameter configured,
11:50 <ikonia> strike that I think I see why it's going back to default, the ssl arguments in the mogod startup arguments appears to be overriding -f /etc/mongodb.conf
11:50 <ikonia> so it's not parsing /etc/mongodb.conf which has db set to the right path
11:51 <ikonia> much better, so it's really just is setting the startup parameters in the unit file the right/best way to do this
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18:30 <boutell> Hi. There is still no announced end-of-life date for any 3.x version of MongoDB. Does anyone have insight into what that’s going to mean in practice?
18:31 <boutell> Past lifetimes have varied from 2 to 3 years. However 3.0 is already 2 years old and has no announced EOL, which suggests it won’t be coming any time soon (since that would be abrupt).
18:31 <boutell> Which in turn makes a guy hopeful that 3.4 will be supported, let’s say, for four years.
18:31 <boutell> but who knows?
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18:46 <ibiwan> good morning
18:47 <ibiwan> can anyone help me interpret "legacy driver" and "new extension" from this post? https://github.com/doctrine/mongodb/issues/283#issuecomment-265864172
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20:19 <naf> hi
20:20 <naf> how can i add a new field to all documents in a collection?
20:20 <naf> using mongodb command line
20:22 <naf> i figured it out, thanks
20:22 <naf> db.mycollection.update({}, {$set: {timeReceived: 1494015711511}}, {multi: true});
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20:24 <hal-j> yes, you effectively want to update all docs in a collection. Which may not be fast
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21:27 <naf> it was pretty fast, there were only 25 documents
21:27 <naf> it's in a newly launched site, and i needed to update the currently existing documents to something compatible with the current version
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21:37 <hal-j> ok, with only 25 documents it should be fast :)
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