how to install mongodb in ubuntu

MongoDB is a non-relational data store of JSON documents. What I mean by non-relational is that it does not store data in tables as these relational databases do. It stores the JSON document

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Step 1 – Add GPG Key

Import the GPG key to the mango appropriate repository on your ubuntu system using the command below. This is required before installation.

$ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp: // 80-recv 68818C72E52529D4.


Create APT repository /etc/apt/source.list.d/  with this command :

Step 2 – Create Source List File Mongo

$ sudo echo "deb bionic / mongolod-org / 4.0 multiverse" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb-org-4.0.list


Step 3 – Update the repository

Update the repository using this command:

$ sudo apt-get update


Step 4 – Install Mongo on Ubuntu

After adding the required APT repository you can now install Mongo  by typing this command :

$ sudo apt-get install -y mongodb-org


Step 5 – Manage Mango Services

Start or stop Mongo using this command and add it as a service to be started at boot time:

$ sudo systemctl mongod enable 
$ sudo systemctl start mengo 
$ sudo systemctl stop mengod 
$ sudo systemctl restart mongod


Now you can see that Porto has been started on 27017 using the below command:

$ sudo netstat - tulnp


Step 6 – Verify Mango

Now you can check the MongoDB version  in your system using the following command :

$ mongod --version


Enjoyed all 🙂

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