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03:27 <twainwek> I had problem starting mongod which I eventually seemed to have been solved by manually removing the log file. But now, it seems that it no longer generates the log file (mongo3.4, centos7 64bit). any ideas?
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10:30 <sgfgdf> hello, guys! is this where criteria correct { _id: { $gt: ObjectId("SOME_ID") } } if i want to process documents in batch and store a state on what was the last processed document. here SOME_ID is an id which represents the last processed document.
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10:46 <sgfgdf> i mean can i rely on the _id to prevent skipping documents?
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10:47 <jhvaras> Hi there
10:48 <jhvaras> Is possible to hint with index intersection?
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10:53 <jhvaras> It looks like there is no support for it https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER-22741
10:53 <jhvaras> U_U
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12:13 <fub> Hi. So I am connected to a mongodb (inside docker) via mongo -u .. -p .. admin
12:13 <fub> Now I also want this (or a second user) to work on the "ews" database
12:13 <fub> however, when I do a mongo -u .. -p .. ews I just get a connection failed
12:14 <fub> I also tried using db.createUser when connected to the "admin" db to add a user with the role.db = "ews", but this still fails
12:14 <fub> What am I missing here?
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13:04 <jhvaras> is there any chance to get QueryPlanner to choose an index intersection?
13:05 <jhvaras> (hint does not support intersection)
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13:54 <penetrarthur> Hello! I am planning a storage to store entries that look like this {"id":1, names:["synonym1", "synonym2", "synonym3"] ...other stuff }. I will have to search for entries by the synonyms a lot as well as modify the name collection a lot. Is mongodb good at doing this ?
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14:14 <jhvaras> I'm triyng to add a PlanCacheFilter
14:14 <jhvaras> But
14:14 <jhvaras> I need a QueryShape
14:14 <jhvaras> And db.coll.getPlanCache().listQueryShapes() is always empty
14:14 <jhvaras> Does anyone knows why????
14:15 <jhvaras> Please
14:19 <sgfgdf> guys, how can i process a collection in batches of N documents and then start from the last processed? from what i've read the ObjectId is not reliable for that purpose.
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20:17 <nalum> hello all, I'm having some trouble with my mongodb instance
20:18 <nalum> I have a collection with some indexes on it when I run getIndexes I see the list of indexes when my colleague runs it he sees an empty list of indexes
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20:22 <nalum> Anyone got any ideas on this?
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20:54 <clouder|grr> I have documents with a key name 'history' that contains an array of documents. in my find I can do { history : { election : 'may2017', voted : true }, but I'm anticipating more fields in the nested documents like party and vote_type. How can I search inside this array of documents without specifying each key that doesn't matter for my query
20:55 <clouder|grr> I'm looking at $unwind, but I'm wondering if there is an easier glob * type feature I'm overlooking
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21:08 <clouder|grr> the bad thing about $unwind is that in the end I do want the entire history of the original document and not just bits that matched
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