This article will guide you on methods to install MongoDB on #Linux #Mint 20 system. You can check #MongoDB status, and can also access its shell to pass #commands to this database.
MongoDB installs as a #systemd service, which means that you can manage it using standard systemd commands alongside all other sytem services in Ubuntu. To verify the status of the service, type: sudo systemctl status mongodb.
Companies and development teams of all sizes use MongoDB because: The document data model is a powerful way to store and retrieve data that allows developers to move fast. MongoDB's horizontal, scale-out architecture can support huge volumes of both data and traffic.
To start MongoDB in Debian:
1. Start MongoDB. Issue the following command to start mongod: sudo service mongod start.
2. Stop MongoDB. As needed, you can stop the mongod process by issuing the following command: sudo service mongod stop.
3. Restart MongoDB. Issue the following command to restart mongod: sudo service mongod restart.