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mongoBB aws ec2 windows error cache
Hi, how are you, I'm trying to install nodebb
I will do the tests on the aws server ec2 windows server 2016 data center
I'm following this tutorial
when I get to the installation part of mongo, there he asks to create directory
\ MongoDB \ data \ db \ MongoDB \ logs
here when opening mongod I saw that the console closed
I saw the official mongo manual and also asked to create these folders
then I saw a video tutorial and it says that you have to create the folders
data / db
here if I start mongod
So which directories are really the ones I should create?
the next error that appeared was this cache
How can this problem be solved with the memory and the cache?
Does anyone have any ideas?
excuse my English
WARNING: The file system cache of this machine is configured to be greater than 40% of the total memory. This can lead to increased memory pressure and poor performance.
I add that the official tutorial shows this
Install the MongoDB service
bash mongod.exe --config "C: \ MongoDB \ mongod.cfg" --install
when I put bash, the message appears
"bash" is not recognized as an internal or external command
program or executable batch file
the tutorial confuses windows with linux?
@arranka there are a couple issues under configure service for mongo in the tutorial. One is that there are a bunch of newlines missing in the config file section. Another is that
bashappears there, when it shouldn't.
I'll fix that soon, butt in the mean time, I suggest using the official mongo guide instead:
I could not install nodebb neither in windows nor in ubuntu in aws
Any suggestions? I've tried ubuntu but there's a problem installing mongobb
both in windows and ubuntu the problem is to install mongobb
the command lines for the installation are wrong in both manuals
@arranka both docs link to the mongo docs as well. Did you try the official mongo docs? What issue are you running into?
in the official mongo installation are different from the manuals of nodebb
for example the default routes that call the database differ from each other
Yes some things are different, but did you actually encounter any errors when using it? The NodeBB guide clearly says to use the official MongoDB guide if you encounter issues. Did you do that? Did that result in errors as well?