Talk – Getting started with geospatial data in MongoDB (MDBW 2017)

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

I’ve been meaning to post this link for quite a while now but keep forgetting to do so. If you are planning to store geospatial data in MongoDB, the database offers you a variety of ways to deal with geospatial-specific data storage and queries. I gave an introductory talk on this subject at MongoDB World […]

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Using tuned.conf to disable mongod startup warnings on RHEL/CentOS 7

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

RHEL 7 – and CentOS 7, which I used for this test – use tuned.conf to set a lot of system settings. Several of the tuned settings affect MongoDB’s performance; some are important enough that mongod actually triggers startup warnings. The main setting is transparent huge pages, which is a setting that does not work […]

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How to enable logging in the MongoDB Java driver

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

I will show you how to enable logging in the MongoDB Java driver and also how to set and change the log level. The official mongoDB Java driver uses java.util.logging as its default logging framework or sl4j if the latter is present. It can be very useful to enable logging in the MongoDB drivers to […]

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