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How to install mongo DB in ubuntu

Omonbude Emmanuel | April 17, 2024, 3:06 p.m.

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Introduction:

MongoDB is a popular NoSQL database that allows for flexible and scalable data storage. Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution that is easy to use and highly customizable. In this guide, we will walk through the steps to install MongoDB on Ubuntu, allowing you to get started with using MongoDB for your database needs.

Steps:

1. Update the package index:

sudo apt update

2. Install the MongoDB package:

sudo apt install mongodb

3. Start the MongoDB service:

sudo systemctl start mongodb

4. Enable the MongoDB service to start automatically on boot:

sudo systemctl enable mongodb

5. Check the status of the MongoDB service:

Check if the mongo db is running

sudo systemctl status mongodb

6. Access the MongoDB shell:

Open the terminal and write the command below. You can proceed to run other commands.

mongo


Conclusion:

In this guide, we have successfully installed MongoDB on Ubuntu, giving you a powerful tool for managing and storing data. With MongoDB, you can build scalable and flexible applications, and take advantage of its rich features like document-based data model and querying capabilities. By following these steps, you have taken the first step towards harnessing the power of MongoDB and unlocking its full potential for your projects and applications.

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