Install MongoDB on cPanel or CentOS
MongoDB is a free and open-source database. It will help you to integrate data in certain types of applications easier and faster. This post will help you to install MongoDB on cPanel or CentOS.
Steps: Install MongoDB
Please enable MongoDB official repo to install the latest stable version of MongoDB.
Add the following to it.
[mongodb] name=MongoDB Repo baseurl=http://downloads-distro.mongodb.org/repo/redhat/os/x86_64/ gpgcheck=0 enabled=1
Then, run following command to install MongoDB.
yum install mongodb-org-server mongodb-org
Create a directory /data/db
mkdir -p /data/db
start the “mongod” daemon.
You now have MongoDB installed and running. The prompt will look like this:
# mongo MongoDB shell version: 2.6.12 connecting to: test >
Once the installation completed, enable the “mongod” daemon on chkconfig. It will make sure the “mongod” daemon automatically start after the server reboot.
chkconfig mongod on
To get summary List of Status Statistics
Install MongoDB PHP Extension
You need to install MongoDB PHP Extension after the successful installation of MongoDB. You can install it via pecl.
pecl install mongo
Then please run the following command to make sure the PHP module is loaded properly.
php -m | grep mongo
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