Note: This article is deprecated since version 1.6 of the Linux agent. But are still useful if running old versions and offline configuration. Regarding any information please contact the support on firstname.lastname@example.org
The MongoDB exporter uses the buildin monogodump. That means your system needs to have mongodump installed. Run the following command on your system to install mongodump
sudo apt-get install -y mongodb-org-tools
When mongodump is install on the system, edit the config file on the server
sudo nano /etc/backupbird/conf.toml
Insert the following into the configuration file, and add your infomation. This will backup all databases and collections
[[database]] driver = "mongodb"
The following settings are avaliable for mongodb
[[database]] driver = "mongodb" database = "" # Specific database. Dont insert for all databases hostname = "" # Specifies a resolvable hostname port = "" # Specifies the TCP port on which the MongoDB instance listens for client connections. username = "" # Specifies a username with which to authenticate to a MongoDB database that uses authentication password = "" # Specifies a password with which to authenticate to a MongoDB database that uses authentication.
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